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Either r possibilities. OP u need to kick in with some more info[/QUOT Sometimes she stars conversation but I just say "ok" or nod after
Sometimes she starts conversation but I'm not in the mood for talking so I just nod, smile or say "ok" and she gets pissed. I've told her more than once that I'm not doing it un purpose but telling her that doesn't seem to make much of a difference.Either r possibilities. OP u need to kick in with some more info
When it's someone I haven't seen or talked to in a while, sure. But this is a relationship; I worried about avoiding awkward silence at the beginning but never thought I had to still do that at this point. Apparently I'm going to have this issue as long as the relationship lasts, either that or put my foot down.Ok do you actually rate yourself as a good conversationalist?
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they don't, they make us sosuave overthinkers look like goldfish by comparison. You are constantly being judged and compared to others(past or present). Newtons first law does not apply to women and relationships. My interest in relationships has probably dropped in half since I realized this, seems stressful like taking a 24/7 exam. Even our advice here is "the game never ends" wtf.I don't think they ever stop evaluating the relationship.
I don't want to discount what you are saying but sometimes I just don't feel like talking period and it will have nothing to do with any person. Its usually because I'm tired, don't have anything to say, or have other things on my mind that don't involve her.If you find that you often really don't feel like talking to a girl you're seeing, that's a sure sign that there is a deeper problem in the relationship. She is probably sensing that things have changed in how you regard her and she is concerned about it.