If however, after a few months you have never visited his place, met any of the people closest to him and get the feeling he is keeping you in the shadows of his life then this should be a red flag. There is sex but little affection Just because he likes you enough to have sex with you doesn’t mean he is interested enough to form a relationship.
In the normal run of life it is usually quite obvious if a guy isn’t interested in you because they don’t ask you out on dates or pursue your company, but in the world of online dating things can be a bit more complicated.
You have probably been matched because you are highly compatible and a good online rapport may have built up because you initiate as much of the contact as he does but if this contact isn’t leading to dates, or if a first date hasn’t led to a second date it may be that he just isn’t that interested in you – here’s how to tell for sure. He won’t give you time The first and most concrete of signs that a guy isn’t that into you is that he won’t give you time – he doesn’t respond to your texts or emails quickly (within 24 hours); is evasive when it comes to meeting up and generally seems to put everything else in his life ahead of you and getting to know you better.
When a guy really likes you, it’s usually pretty obvious. The uncertainty usually runs rampant if a guy seems to fall somewhere in between.
He disappears for days at a time and then texts you the sweetest message you’ve ever received.
The tone is generally set early on, indicating if one dinner will lead to another versus a quick peck on the cheek, "Great getting to know you" ending.
Truth be told, people act on their feelings when in love (or lust).You shouldn’t have to beg for a scrap of his attention or back him into a corner to fix up a date; only see him late at night or put up with flaky timekeeping or being stood up.It may be that he was really attentive when you first met and swept you off your feet with his advances but as the relationship has moved on he has become more and more elusive, sometimes disappearing for days or weeks at a time." We associate online dating with effort — something you don't associate a quality relationship with.Also, when it's just right, the person slips into your life so seamlessly, it feels like you could have just met them at a bar on any given night.You see, a guy can be somewhat interested, but not into it.