And that's before you go into how we all stalk our exes…Part of being in a relationship is being able to share things with each other that we may not share with anyone else. When you tell people who are basically strangers these details about your life, sharing these things with your significant other loses its value.
Now that we have social media, people are telling EVERYONE literally EVERYTHING about their life. You're lying to yourself if you don't get pumped when you reach a new all time high on likes on your latest Instagram post.
Why bother having a conversation with someone when you've already crept their Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Snapchat story, and blog?
While polite flirts are less likely to come on to a potential partner and generally do not find flirting flattering, they tend to have longer, more meaningful romantic relationships.
You need to pay attention to the things that he does rather than the things that he says.
It's easy to get sucked in by words, so take note of whether he's backing them up with substance.
Traditional flirts believe men should make the first move and women should not pursue men.
By taking a more passive role in dating, women with this style are likely to report trouble getting men’s attention and are less likely to be direct.