1) He met someone else2) He's just not that into you3) He is a player4) He is online to window-shop but not to "buy"5) His membership ran out, and he can't contact you anymore6) He violated terms and was kicked off the site7) He's shy Charlene decided to give Bob another chance. As he felt more comfortable, he stuttered less and he and Charlene really clicked. Charlene learned that it's important to be open when you're dating.
Anyway, MDM (Mr Disappearing Man) and I had something really good going – or so I thought. We were the same age and from a similar background, had loads in common, got along famously, had great chemistry and seemed to want the same things in life. While, naturally, we didn’t always see eye-to-eye, we never had one argument. I have my theories as to why he vanished so fast it made my head spin (in more ways than one), but this isn’t about him. How am I ever going to feel happy and safe in a relationship when the guy could shock me to my core at any minute?You see, even though things were fairly hunky dory with MDM, I could feel the relationship not progressing.At the time, I decided to put it down to only being two months in, but my gut knew better.Plus, you don't really know if it's about men behaving badly or something entirely different. Charlene imagined that he was a man with many online dating suitors. When Bob walked into the restaurant, Charlene did a double take. He stuttered, which is probably why he hid behind online communication for so long, afraid to meet in person and possibly be judged.The top 7 reasons why men disappear in the middle of communicating with you online. She thought the reason he kept disappearing was because he thought so highly of himself. After a few minutes, they began to build rapport, and Bob relaxed. If she had followed her assumptions that he was arrogant and rude, she never would have dated him.