Lonley when dating
Don't settle for just keeping someone company if you want more than that.
If you've noticed that he has a tendency to ditch you if literally else comes up, that may be a red flag."If he drops you the minute he's got something going with someone else — anyone else (his sister, his college roommate's cousin, his dry cleaner's mother) — chances are, you're a filler in his day so that he doesn't have to face the metaphorical four walls of his lonely life," says Masini.
If he's fresh out of a relationship and already all about spending time with you, he may just be using you to fill a void.
According to Safran, it's best to ask yourself, "Does he talk too much about his ex?
Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says that if a guy claims he's not looking for a long-term relationship right now, you should believe him.
There's a chance he may just be keeping you around to quell his loneliness."If he tells you this once, listen to it," says Safran.
"It's about a lonely world that's filled with tasks."Think about finding someone who is also interested in learning details about your life, instead of just treating you like their personal therapist.
"Japanese men aren't very attentive and don't show their feelings, but hosts treat you like a princess.
I want to be pampered and I don't care how much it costs," she adds.
If he doesn't prioritize you, and instead just keeps you around until he's got something else going on, he's not in it for the right reasons. Though he may just be a narcissist (which is also bad), if your guy can't stop blabbering on about himself and the most mundane details of his day, it could be due to the fact that he's lonely AF.
If he's not telling you the highlights, says Masini, it's because he's glad he found someone who will listen to his life story."When he starts telling you details of his day like how he walked the dog, bought new dental floss, made waffles, got the mail...