Compatible Match - Ways to Tell You're Not Really Interested in a Compatible Match

Published: 17th September 2009
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When you meet someone who's a compatible match, it's easy to think you're obligated to be with that person. The true, though, is that you're probably compatible with lots of people, so if you're not satisfied, you can keep searching. Find the compatible match you're interested in and want to spend time with and you'll be a lot happier. But how do you tell things just aren't working for you and you're really not interested?

Don't Deceive Yourself

If you're with a compatible match, it can be really easy to convince yourself that you're interested when you're not. You're getting along great, you have tons in common. But for some unknown reason, the sparks just aren't flying.

Remind yourself that you have a right to date someone who makes you happy. Someone who you're attracted to and who, though a compatible match, is different enough from you that you stay interested and intrigued and want to be with that person. Don't sell yourself short. And don't settle.

5 Ways to Tell You're Just Not Interested in Your Compatible Match

1- You get annoyed frequently and easily. If you're annoyed with your compatible match, unjustly and without reason, you might need to rethink the relationship. If you mock the way he or she says things, you should probably end it. For both your sakes.

2- You're not attracted to the person. You wish he was cuter or that she would lose some weight. You hate the way she dresses and make faces every time you see her.

3- You try to make plans with other people so you can say you're busy. Sometimes, you just don't want to spend time with someone, for whatever reason. But if it's a regular occurrence, it's a pretty good sign that you've moved on. And you should give that person the opportunity to do so, as well.

4- You find yourself interested in his or her friends. Out with a group and find yourself flirting with everyone but your date? You may be a compatible match, but that doesn't mean you're right for one another.

5- You're becoming bitter. If you wish for the days when you were single and free or you wish you were free to pursue other women, you should probably move on.

When you date someone, you're presumably interested in them. But that changes. Even if the two of you are a highly compatible match, you still have the right to move on and pursue someone else. You can have lots of compatible matches. They're simply determined by different factors, like interests and beliefs and lifestyle habits. So don't make yourself miserable, or make by bad choices for yourself and someone else, by being with someone because you think they're the only person who will ever be interested in you. Instead, be willing to explore. A compatible match who is perfect for you is available. And you'll be interested in that person and that person will be interested in you. There's no reason to settle for anything less.

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