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In the dating worldthere is nothing more perplexing than hitting it off with someone and assuming things are going great only to have that person suddenly disappear without a word. But, instead of trying to figure out those reasons which you may never know for sure anywayit's important to avoid pointing the finger at yourself.
Berman offers six tips on how to deal when he disappears. Know that not everyone is compatible There are myriad reasons someone you're seeing might suddenly stop calling.
He may be seeing a few people and someone else caught his eye. He may have become distracted with work or other stressors. He might not have been ready for a serious relationship. He might even have intimacy issues. The point is that something got in the way of him taking the relationship any further. When initial feelings fade away, the person you were with might realize you aren't compatible with them, and this could be due to any of reasons that are beyond your control, she explains.
Understand that he didn't have the courage to face you Wouldn't it be great if he could just let you know why he's no longer interested so you don't have to try to figure it out on your own? In an ideal world, yes. But some men don't like to hurt women, see them cry or have to explain themselves, says Berman.
It's easier to slink away than it is to be a man and say, 'Hey, this really isn't working for me. Don't let it shake your confidence Having someone you were falling for stop calling can be a big blow to your self-esteem but, if he disappeared, he wasn't the right person for you. But the bottom line is: It doesn't matter.
If he's not the right guy for you, then you don't want him. Avoid contacting him You might be dying to know if you did something to push him away or if he ran into his ex, but don't reach for the phone: Accept the fact that if he was going to share that information with you, he would have. Even if he didn't actually say it aloud, he is saying it with his actions. By contacting him, you likely aren't going to change the outcome, she explains.
Stay calm and move on While you might be angry about his behaviour, try to avoid holding on to your negative feelings and continually analyzing the situation with friends. Rather than enlisting friends to bad-mouth him along with you, let them help you move on. This will ensure you don't feel alone in your angst, but will also help take your emotions down a few notches. Try to move on as soon as you can. Endlessly searching for answers will only keep you stuck in the situation -- a situation he already checked out of. We often refer to a great catch that disappeared as "the one who got away," but it's important to note that, if he were really the one, he wouldn't have gone anywhere.
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