He may have liked you.
However, there is no guarantee that something like this can always last.
There are some people who like and like really hard in the beginning.
However, they quickly lose interest as soon as they get used to you, they know what to expect from you or someone better comes along.
It can be very difficult to accept that a guy who seemed so into you or who typically spoke the right words to you could suddenly not like you.
It may make you wonder if he truly ever liked you or whether it was all an act from the start.
The thing is, there is no true way to definitively know what a person is truly feeling.
A person can cover it up with all kinds of insincerity.
They could also trick themselves into believing that they are into someone a lot more than they actually are.
Indeed, some guys may make themselves believe that there is something more to a relationship or romance with a girl when in fact there isn’t.
They may not always be aware that they are doing this.
Perhaps they find the girl so attractive and alluring that they simply can’t bring themselves to believe that they are no longer feeling that initial euphoria or enthusiasm.
However, this loss of enthusiasm does happen.
It can be easy to get caught up in the moment.
Sometimes it can be as deceiving as simply giving in to the other person’s energy and interest.
A guy mimics your energy because he simply feels like he is supposed to.
Your energy may even be somewhat infectious.
The guy makes himself believe that he is experiencing this process in an authentic manner and his emotions are real.
However, he ultimately discovers that he was simply drawn in by his initial sense of excitement of being around you and romancing you.
As that initial excitement has waned, he has now run out of gas so to speak.
All of a sudden, he doesn’t communicate as much or isn’t asking you out on dates.
He got caught up in his initial sense of euphoria and in the energy that you were giving off.
Oftentimes, a guy comes to this realization because of a loss of chemistry.
You may not even have noticed that your chemistry with this guy was waning.
However, there were signs that it was.
He was no longer as excited to talk to you.
His flirtation was barely registering because he just couldn’t seem to match your wit.
He wasn’t remembering previous conversations that you had both had.
The signs may have been evident before he left you but you just didn’t acknowledge them.
This kind of lack of enthusiasm does happen to lots of people who date or romance someone else.
It isn’t necessarily your fault that it happens.
A guy can simply realize that he just isn’t feeling it anymore and decide to move on.
You didn’t necessarily do anything wrong.
You were yourself and were consistent in your demeanor.
It mostly comes down to compatibility.
You just weren’t compatible with him.
You can find that compatibility with someone else as long as you don’t allow this incident to make you bitter.
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