I left him alone because I didn’t want to come across as annoying or something. This type of question has been sent to me hundreds of times and I want to write about this to help you and everyone with this type of situation.
There’s this guy I really like and at first things were great.
We texted constantly for about five days but then he suddenly stopped.
And believe it or not, I had a guy send me virtually this same question in hopes that I would discuss it at a speaking engagement I have tonight. is not that you (or women or men in general) are doing something inherently “wrong” that results in the guy (or girl) stopping their frequent texting with you. Truth is, this guy probably was really into you when he was texting constantly and probably still is.
But again, the problem is that it’s not a realistic, sustainable habit to be constantly texting little messages all day.
So even if your suspicions are ungrounded, it is worth having a debate about when and where it is acceptable to use your smartphone.
Perhaps you’d like to make the bedroom a smartphone/tablet-free area, so you can concentrate on each other – chatting over the day or having sex together.
One month later, I checked his phone and found he had saved the woman’s number under another name and had been phoning her constantly, and texting her at 2am when I went to bed and also throughout the day – even when he went to the shops to get nappies.
In the pre-internet age, with the phone in the hall way, a phone call after ten o’clock would be an emergency – like a teenager stranded at a party or the death of a family member.
And I more than any other guy on the planet (seriously) know how much that can drive a woman crazy. Texting is a pain in the ass and, even though I know better, the unconscious thought I have is that “she should know I like her.” Generally speaking I do making more of an effort to send an occasional text message so she knows the sky isn’t falling.