Three Signs: Do they want me or nah?

Everyone wants love, but have you ever been in a situation where it seems like you might want to be with a person more than they want to be with you? It could be that they don’t want a relationship with you at all, but because you like them so much you fail to see the signs. It could end up being that the person you’re interested in doesn’t really know what they want, or have another person interested as well so they string you along during their “figuring it out” process. You may be left clueless as to where you truly stand. No matter what the situation is, it is pertinent that you figure out whether to stick it out or let it go. It is my opinion that if your doubt isn’t removed after a short period of time the answer is let it go. This may be easier said than done, so here are a few red flags that will help you see if a relationship is a go or a no.

The conversation is bland:

One thing about both men and women, when they really feel they have found someone they truly like, they really want to talk to them. The conversations are full of questions about likes and dislikes. You can talk for hours about your past, and what you want in the future. Just conversing back and forth makes you both happy, and you really can’t wait until the next time your phone rings and it’s them.  You can really talk for hours and not even notice how much time has passed. Conversations are even very exciting when you aren’t talking about much at all. You won’t be the only person showing interest here if there is chemistry, because simply having that person’s attention will make for a great conversation. So much can be gathered by verbal communication. If he/she just doesn’t seem interested in talking to you then chances are a serious relationship is a no.

Hello and welcome to a glimpse into my world. I am Curtrice Williams. A southern woman born and raised in Alabama. I am 29 years old, and a mother to a wonderful 6 year old son. I am a writer committed to walking in my God given purpose. I currently work for the founder of Gentlemenhood, Pierre Alex Jeanty, as his assistant and as the editor of this website. Along with that I am the Co-Founder and face behind Gentlewomenhood. I'm a senior at the University of Alabama at Birmingham majoring in Health Education with a special concentration in Human Services. I am also the executive assistant for the fashion brand "Splashed By DKG". Motherhood, writing, education, and fashion are motivating aspects of my life, I view it all as an outlet to touch others. Gentlewomenhood is something I place a lot of my heart into, it is a beautiful way of expression that can educate, motivate, and uplift others in ways only they can truly express. It takes more than one person to make a difference in this world, but by using our gifts we can together be the change we would like to see in this world. Join me into a movement of education, clarity, inspiration, motivation, and uplifting! You may follow my handles: Instagram & Twitter @gentlewomenhood. Email: The fashion page that I am connected to is @splashedbydkg on Instagram & Twitter, and Splashed by DKG on Facebook; the official website is

This article has 5 comments

  1. Lil H

    Lovely read. It’s really helpful cos I have a decision to make of who to keep in the friend zone, and I also have to see who is keeping me in theirs and not be in limbo myself so thanks for that x x x

  2. Moises

    I realty needed this. Thanks for the post.

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