If he insists he would rather spend the time with you alone at his or your place, it is time to run away. He will show little interest in yours and even when you talk about yourself, he will not listen to it with a great interest like a guy really interested in you would.
It shows he does not respect you, once he gets what he wants he will leave you.
Yesterday, I blogged about the advice my male friends have for interpreting a guy's mixed signals. Now, I think it's obvious when someone texts you at midnight, asking what you're up to, that he's just looking for sex.
Today, as a follow-up, I want to talk today about another writer-lady's very smart advice on how to determine whether or not a guy is a player. But players will also send more innocent-seeming texts, saying stuff like, "Hey — spontaneous invite — wanna grab dinner tonight? I'm free tonight but will probably have to work late through the weekend. " While this kind of informality might come off as charming or enthusiastic, I think you should never agree to a last-minute plan unless you've already been on multiple dates with a guy — or unless you feel confident that he is pretty into you. It will make you uncomfortable or it will seem like a deviation from his typical behavior or both.
Respect must be given not only to you but also to those whom you love.
There is no doubt in him because he trusts you completely.
A man who is really into you would forget about the world when he is with you.
Just ask him for a dinner out at a crowded restaurant or a movie and see his reaction. He will check his phone too often in between conversations will be obsessed about his looks and will always talk about his life.
This is one important thing to watch out for when in a relationship.
If he is super sweet to you but constantly ragging on your parents or friends, you need to cut them loose.
Players are ALWAYS the first on the scene, and they aren't planning to commit to a relationship with you anytime soon.
But now I’ve learned to see them coming from a mile away.