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Like most men, I've always dated because I wanted to meet and court a woman for a relationship, and like most men, I've been clear about my intention.
What I've found problematic, and other men have shared similar sentiments with me, is telling a woman at the end of a coffee date that there won't be a second date. Part of this is not wanting to hurt a woman's feelings but I admit that sometimes I lack the courage in that moment to look a woman in the eye and tell her I'm not interested. I don't find it difficult to express my emotions in a relationship, but this end of a first date scenario feels different.
Women seem to find it easier to tell me they're not interested in a second date, and I wonder if that's because women are more courageous or more direct?
I'd appreciate hearing how men can do better in this moment of truth, and also why women seem to find it less challenging.