7 reasons why you should never run after a guy (even if you really want to)

The bottom line when a man isn’t chasing you is that he’s not interested in you.

And believe me, in most cases, this is the only truth.

I know that you are probably fed up with rejection and disappointment and that you do not even want to run after anyone else because part of you think that once again you will be rejected.

That’s why you risk giving up and you know what, you’re right!

I’m not a feminist and I’m not saying you have to wait and do nothing.

I’m just saying you should stay worthy and wait for the right man to come to you.

Wait for the one who is worthy of you. Wait for the one who will really love you for you, someone who will care.

If he’s really interested, he’ll find a way to get your attention and you’ll be glad you didn’t do anything.

So keep reading to find out why you should never run after a guy, and instead let him run after you:

1. Takes you a long time

First of all, if he likes you, he should be sure. He cannot indulge you for a moment and then the other be undecided. There is, therefore, no question of chasing after him.

Don’t let anyone play b**dass because you deserve someone who will be looking forward to being with you, someone who will want to spend their free time with you.

2. Hurts your self-esteem

If you are chasing a man who is not interested in you, it can really hurt your self-esteem.

I know it doesn’t sound big, but if you really like a guy, being rejected and hurt is important as a consequence.

Chasing someone who doesn’t care makes you feel like you’re worth nothing and you don’t deserve their attention. Well, this is not true. You deserve much better than that.

3. He doesn’t want us to catch him

If you have to run after a man, in general, that means he doesn’t want to get caught because he probably has engagement problems and you don’t want to get involved in that.

This kind of relationship will only hurt you and nothing less. He will pay attention to you at first, but as your relationship becomes more serious, he will move away because he does not want to bond.

Once again, you don’t need a man who wants to be chased after him.

4. He’s not the right one

If you have to chase after him, it is not for you. It should be the other way around. Love shouldn’t be that complicated.

Love should be simple, two people who meet and fall in love instantly.

You shouldn’t be playing with emotions or playing games, it should just be simple.

So if you find yourself chasing after someone, you have to ask yourself if they really care about you because they are chasing you.

5. You neglect your friends

Chasing takes you a long time and you start to get obsessed with this guy. It consumes you and can take up all your time.

So it’s not uncommon to forget his friends in this process – you start to ignore them because all of your attention is focused on him and what’s going on in his head.

Well, there is no one who is more important than your friends and family, and you should never overlook them, especially not for someone who probably doesn’t care about you very much.

6. Maybe he only wants s**x

So there is a chance of catching the man you are chasing, but only because he wants to be caught – why? Probably only to sleep with you.

Because, let’s face it, the men who don’t want to be chased aren’t the ones who want to commit to others, so it makes sense that when they decide to get caught, they do it only to get one thing .

7. You will be condemned to a one-way love

As soon as they get tired, they will leave.

Like I said before, even if you catch it, you won’t be happy.

It will likely be a relationship in which you will be the one to solve all the problems and the one to be held responsible for everything that does not work.

You will be the one who gives of himself, the one who loves and will be there just because he has nothing better to do.

Do you really want to run after men and risk your heart breaking? I don’t think you want this…