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28-Sep-2016 05:25

Any of these examples can manifest themselves before and even after you've been intimate with a guy, and can really dampen your day.

Mixed signals from men can carry all kinds of meanings, and to move on with your relationship you need to know a thing or two about interpreting them and reacting to them.

When we talk about sex and dating, people love to use the phrase "mixed signals." It's such a convenient catch-all for any behavior that tells us something we're not ready to admit about the object of our desire.

Where do we draw the line between our innate pattern-seeking tendencies (over-analysis) and a real case of the ol’ when it comes to communication, and that this article serves merely as guide, and an opinionated one at that.

You, the person intercepting mixed signals—let's call you The Receiver—may well come up with all kinds of excuses why the hottie of your dreams—let's call them The Transmitter—is behaving so erratically.

The Transmitter may even contribute to this delusion by telling you about their fear of commitment, their complicated relationship with their ex, etc.

Ah yes, mixed signals, the bane and x-factor of our collective romantic lives.

In this article I will discuss how I feel we can best navigate the treacherous waters of pan-sexual psychology and to come out swinging at the other end.

Where do we draw the line between our innate pattern-seeking tendencies (over-analysis) and a real case of the ol’ when it comes to communication, and that this article serves merely as guide, and an opinionated one at that.

You, the person intercepting mixed signals—let's call you The Receiver—may well come up with all kinds of excuses why the hottie of your dreams—let's call them The Transmitter—is behaving so erratically.

The Transmitter may even contribute to this delusion by telling you about their fear of commitment, their complicated relationship with their ex, etc.

Ah yes, mixed signals, the bane and x-factor of our collective romantic lives.

In this article I will discuss how I feel we can best navigate the treacherous waters of pan-sexual psychology and to come out swinging at the other end.

Almost everyone I speak to claims that there are two distinct cognitive and behavioral languages — “womanese”, and “manese” (if you will).