Dating a flirtatious woman
Here’s the thing, though: Most people aren’t eager to experience direct rejection, so if they want to communicate interest, they might use indirect flirting strategies, strategies that resemble other, non-flirting conversation (teasing, joking, being friendly).
Recent research offers new insights into how accurately people detect real flirting behavior (Hall, Xing, and Brooks, 2014). The importance of context during the initiation of romantic communication. (I'm a guy for reference) I have said a number of times, "Nobody flirts with me" and I am told, "you probably don't notice". I, like many people, don't expect to be flirted with and so, I don't look for it and as a result, never learned to recognize it.
My last email from her is she is sorry, but knows that she will hear about this for the rest of her life and doesn’t think we can get past this. So I am looking for an expert opinion on whether to just walk away or continue to explain to her my feelings and the hurt that this and her other flirting has caused, even though she refuses to modify her behavior. They have more outgoing and flirtatious personalities.
Being flirtatious is part of who they are and how they communicate with others.
But let’s take a completely different side of this…To a man in a committed relationship, nothing can hurt worse than his girlfriend eyeing other men.Flirtatiousness might be a virtue for the single, but is definitely undesirable for those who are committed.But let’s say that you were satisfying his every need.Why would he be having these sexy, flirtatious conversations with these other women?