He cancels plans, he goes MIA for days at a time, he acts distant.
At the root of it, the same sense of insecurity that made the guy obsessed with finding out if you like him is now scaring him into thinking that you’re going to “take his freedom away.” Generally speaking, most guys have a fear of being “trapped” in a relationship, but in this particular scenario you’re dealing with a guy who’s actions are especially dictated by avoiding unpleasant situations as a primary motivator.
Despite being blamed by the United Nations for causing a spike in HIV cases amongst teens in Asia, dating or ‘connection’ apps continue to weave their way into the fabric of society, thanks to the leading players in the market like Tinder, and the surprisingly popular Christian Mingle.
“If you like the look of someone you can throw them a ‘High-Five’.
If they high-five back, we then unlock chat for you both to get to know each other better, similar to a Twitter direct message.” The high-five system also functions similarly to other connecting apps in the market, including Tinder and Bumble, which enable users to communicate once they’ve matched with each other.
Well at this point, the guy realizes that you really like him, he has you, and he’s no longer worried that he could lose you to another guy.
At this point, things are probably starting to get comfortable- you make plans regularly, you’re in contact more frequently, and a relationship seems just around the corner.