There's a time when the word moving on must become an action. People often spend time trying to make someone want or love them, when in reality, a person should want you more than you want them.
Some people even go to extremes to get the attention of a person that they change themselves to appease the crush. But if you want to know something, altering yourself for someone is only going to do damage to yourself in the long run. So, if you decide to put anything above yourself, it just might truly hurt you in the end.
So, here are 3 quick examples to evaluate before you decide to step out of the ordinary. Love yourself first:
1. Who's communicating the most?
If you're doing all the calling and texting, he might not interested. A person has to want to talk to you and will make time to do so. If he only talks to you when you reach out, then you can stop playing blues clues because the answer is obvious, he doesn't want you or something or someone else has his time.
2. He talks to you about other females he wants?
If he's comfortable talking to you about his other interest, he more than likely sees you as a friend and nothing more. This isn't a bad thing but it's good to see things for what they really are so you won't end up being hurt in the process. Besides, believe me when I tell you friendships go a longer way anyways.
3. To flirt or not to flirt?
Some people pull their best tricks out of the bag and get nothing. So if your moves aren't working, this person most likely just isn't that into you.
Rejection is never a great feeling and when you're dismissed, you automatically think there's something wrong with you. What you should realize is 90% of the time, it has nothing to do with you.
So don't allow something like this kill or tamper with your confidence because you must always remember that in life, every no brings you closer to a yes.