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7 Reasons "Why Men Suddenly Disappear"

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Have you ever dated a guy and then he suddenly disappears? So many women ask "Why men disappear" so I thought I'd give you the 7 REAL Reasons.

There is nothing more frustrating than meeting someone you like, going out with them for a while, and then they suddenly disappear.

So many of my female clients have been asking me this question, "Why Do Men Suddenly Disappear?" So I figured it was time for a video on this subject.

Sometimes it just seems so out of the blue that it's totally inexplicable when men disappear. But other times, there's a bit more of an explanation.

In this video I provide the 7 REAL reasons why men suddenly vanish into thin air.

Watch the video.

Here are the 7 reasons
First off, Men are cowards and we avoid confrontation like the plague.
Think of it this way, It's a lot easier to start something with someone, than to end it with someone. So more guys will just disappear than take the manly way out and end it like a gentleman.
2. He's a Player and Doesn't Want to Play You
If a guy is in a phase where he wants to date or sleep around, sometimes he'll meet a girl he's afraid of hurting because he can really sense that you like him for a lot more than just casual. So he peaces out to avoid hurting your feelings. If this is the case, and he disappeared, it's probably for the better -- assuming you're looking for something a little more serious.
3. He Likes you, but doesn't love you
Dating is tough sometimes, and sometimes we like someone, but then we realize shortly thereafter that we're just not in LOVE with that person. Maybe he likes you a lot, but realizes that there's no future portential, which leads me to the next point and that is that. Moving on.
4. You haven't been dating long enough to warrant a break up
If you've only gone out with a guy for 1, 2 or even 3 dates, Don't expect him to end it.
(I enjoyed meeting, and I just want to say, You're great, it's not you, it's me -- but it's over) --
Even if you slept with him, don't expect that he'll have the guts to straight up break it off or if it's even socially normal for him to break it off. If you can't handle that, then don't sleep with him until he's showing more signs of relationship potential. Realistically, don't expect a true breakup unless he's your boyfriend.
5. Maybe you're not listening to him
Maybe he's tried to make it clear this isn't going anywhere, but you wanted it to go somewhere so badly that you ignored all of these signs that he's not interested, and kept trying to push it forward -- texting him, trying to date him, sleeping with him casually. Then he realizes that his only out is to (then screen goes to me disappearing)
6. An external circumstance that has NOTHING to do with you
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