Dramatic Exit The dramatic exit is the one I usually make after I’ve had my feelings hurt because I’ve slept with that person but got no amount of consistent attention after the matter.I make an emotional investment and expect the other person to follow through on his end by asking me out or inviting me over, but it doesn’t happen.Break It Off Whatever Way Is Most Practical With some men I’ve had to make it super clear and vocalize that we are no longer seeing each other.It mainly helps ME to hear it and then I’m obligated to stand by my word.Cry if you need to, but get out of there and save your heart.Continue Dating Because It Can Be Healthy The thing I most appreciate about dating is that it gives us the freedom to explore what we’re looking for from others.Therefore, that means that communication is completely cut and there’s no turning back.
If there was no “click,” I can just turn that page in my diary and anticipate a new story with someone else.
I abandon the desire to say something sweet or to make plans to hang out.
It seems mean and callous, but honestly, it’s been done to me by plenty of men, and I don’t blame them for it. It serves me better to make my own set of plans with my friends, or just enjoy my time alone to do something that benefits ME.
That initial bracket of time when you start dating someone can determine pretty quickly whether you should continue seeing that person.
However, some of us (me) tend to ignore important signs that one should walk away and look for someone new.