Yes, the old clichés are true: the truth hurts — and it also sets you free. Sign he’s just not into you: He says he’s not relationship material. If he says that he’s not looking for a relationship, he doesn’t believe in marriage, he’s not relationship material, or he’s just “having fun,” don’t try to read beyond those words.Either he’s not into you, or he’s not into commitment in general.
Sign he’s just not into you: He encourages you to date other people.Sign he’s just not into you: He won’t hold your hand in public.You kiss in private, but he won’t go near you when you’re out in public.If he doesn’t want people to think you’re a couple — he probably introduces you to people you run into as his “friend,” right? Even PDA-phobes should be okay with the occasional hand-holding or back-touching.You want to be with someone who’s proud to be associated with you.Sign he’s just not into you: He’s available — at midnight.
Unless your date works super-crazy hours and literally gets off work at midnight, there’s no reason why the object of your affection should only make time for you late at night.
Don’t become his booty call, his backup plan for when cooler plans fall through, and don’t settle for the less-than-prime hours of the day.
If your date encourages you to date other people, it’s not because he wants to experience the enlightenment that comes with multiple dinner-plans partners; he’s just not into you enough to want you all to himself.
If he’s still dating other people — and you’re at a stage where you feel you should be exclusive — then he’s not ready to commit to anyone.
If he talks about those other girls, then he tells them about you, too.
A man who is into you will want you exclusively and would be incredibly uncomfortable at the thought of you making romantic plans with other men.