you can begin to tell that his life isn't about interactions with other people," says Masini."It's about a lonely world that's filled with tasks."Think about finding someone who is also interested in learning details about your life, instead of just treating you like their personal therapist.Stef Safran, a Chicago-based matchmaker, says that if a guy claims he's not looking for a long-term relationship right now, you should believe him.There's a chance he may just be keeping you around to quell his loneliness."If he tells you this once, listen to it," says Safran.
According to the woman in the article, Rose Clifford, she’s earning more than ,800 a year by going on dates with CEOs, directors, and other high-flying, career oriented and terribly lonely kinds of guys.“Each time we met he gave me 0 and if I ever needed money whilst he was away he would transfer me 5,” she says of one of her regulars.“Usually men offer 0 to 0 per date,” — BUT, get this — “I’ve had offers of .50 before.” That’s not even worth the makeup you’d put on.Does he seem to be upset because she met someone before he did?"And if he's in the midst of dealing with divorce, that's even worse.If you want to ask someone who is lonely to join you for a movie or dinner or whatever, I think that's wonderful.You both get to enjoy each other's company, share a few hours, your friend wasn't lonely, and you did a good deed.If he's fresh out of a relationship and already all about spending time with you, he may just be using you to fill a void.