Why Do Men Lose Interest In Good Women?

Have you ever wondered why men intensely chase women and then all of a sudden lose interest? This is the real reason he lost interest in you.

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Why is it that a guy fiercely pursues a woman at first, and then when he finds out she is actually interested he is not so sure if he is interested anymore?

It’s a common scenario in the dating world: You meet a guy and everything seems like it’s going great. Then, after what feels like an intense connection and budding relationship, suddenly he cools off. Like, way off.

Suddenly, he gets harder and harder to get ahold of, or goes dark entirely, leaving you to wonder why he lost interest.

But why?

I want to talk about one of the most common reasons why men lose interest in new relationships that previously seemed promising.

When a woman loses interest in a man or decides he’s wrong for her, she usually knows exactly why. The guy might have turned her off somehow, he might have pressed for intimacy too soon, or she might not be physically attracted to him.

Whatever it is, she usually knows exactly why she’s lost interest.

Guys operate a little differently. This doesn’t mean there isn’t a reason why men lose interest — it just means that his reasons are much more subtle than a woman’s.

It has to do with a weird switch-over phenomena that happens sometimes when a woman starts to really like a man, but he isn’t quite on the same page yet. He might be enjoying their budding relationship, but he might not have flipped over into monogamy, falling-in-love territory yet.

What is up with that?! Why do men lose interest? What, if anything, could you have done differently?

Two strangers are gambling on each other, hoping something may come of it. In the meantime, an endless panoply of potentially better choices are just a swipe, click or happy hour mixer away. As a result, nobody’s willing to invest a whole hell of a lot of themselves in anything. Why waste time when a better match is around the corner?

So why do guys do the disappearing act or as I call it, the fadeaway.

1. Something happened.

Relatives and pets die. People get fired. Divorces don’t get finalized. Tax season hits. Oh no, final exams! In the course of your brief courtship with someone, there’s always a chance that weird stuff could happen. As a result, your budding romance goes from Priority #1 to #104 or below.

2. The guy wasn’t that interested in the beginning.

Men will go out with you for all kinds of reasons. He’s bored. He actually likes you. He senses that his enthusiasm for sex is far greater than yours, and knows this won’t play out well in the long run. 

Or, 96.5% of the time, he’s just thinking, hey, there’s a chance I could get laid here. Yep, he just wants to have sex why you. So some men will lost interest once they’ve had sex with you, and in some cases, men will lose interest if they feel you’re not going to give up the goodies. 

4. He found something better.

Some men are constantly looking for something “better”. The word “better” is subjective. Just because he thinks someone else is “better” doesn’t mean that you’re not good enough. It doesn’t even mean that the other person is actually “better” than you.

He’s just not that into you.

But as I said before the main reason, is simply that he really wasn’t genuinely interest in the first place. I know it seems like he was interested. He did everything that showed he was interested in you. The effort was there. The consistency was there. Some men are very good at playing the part to get what they want.

As hard as it is to hear, a lot of women find themselves in a situation where the guy hasn’t “lost” interest; but he simply wasn’t that interested in the first place.

But you’ll need to watch the video above to get better insight.