Ok, so this year I decided to make a big change: I started working on myself, trying to become more well rounded, get out more, and lose weight. I also decided to date as many women as I could handle. I've used dating sites as well as meeting people "organically." It's been quite the eye-opener. In the past, one-itis has spelled disaster for me; I get infatuated with one girl and then am devastated later when she turns out to be boring, or frigid...etc... I've been noticing an interesting trend with many of these women: the ones that are willing to have sex within 3-6 dates typically don't talk about it - when it happens it happens. When they talk about sex a lot, and try to convince me that they really like sex, it often doesn't happen. They begin to make excuses, they say they want me but they don't want to do anything they regret. My thoughts when this happens: wtf? It doesn't bug me as much since I have other women I can go out with. I've nexted women before when I realized it wasn't going anywhere and I wasn't super interested in them anyway. However, what to do when it's someone I really like? All I can think to do is keep on finding other women to date (which helps a lot). However, mentally, I would just like to know how to frame this behavior in my mind. It seems to me that either a) she's a tease, b) she can maybe tell or sense that I'm seeing other women, or c) I've inadvertently done something AFC that turned her off. Just looking for a way to reconcile this in my mind I guess. Any advice or thoughts appreciated.