Texting rules for dating guys
If he doesn't and you come off as "clingy" or whatever, he was wrong for you anyway. You should 100 percent never have a fight via text. Those pauses in the argument where you just see the "..." are going to give you a heart attack. Do not be that person who follows up on her own text.
That is an important principle that should be applied to all areas of dating, not just texts — if I'd known this earlier, it would have been a ton easier (and faster) to get to the healthy(ish) point I'm at now with men. Once you guys have been together for a while, there's no need to panic about him texting you less. I used to worry that he thought our relationship was washed up or he was taking me for granted, but actually he just felt so stable in the relationship that he didn't feel the need to text constantly. Yes, you might cry if you have to actually use voices, but it's better than text-fighting, which always goes head-spinningly fast and is very easy to misinterpret. Playing the "I better wait a little while to text back" game is a waste of time for everyone. If you do, screenshot it and save it to your phone so that you can look back every time you feel the need and remind yourself how humiliating it was.
The reason why is because this is the MALE role not the female.
If you are the one chasing him over text or in person he sits back and lets you do all the work, then he does his best to sleep with you and disappears shortly after.
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I am a guy that is 100% on your side, I don’t pull any punches not because I want to be right, but because I want you to get the guy!
(This means you will be the one to ask him out, he won’t do it ever) Make sure you ONLY text when he does and it wouldn’t hurt to forget to sms back every once in a while.
Never chase a guy over text – Probably the biggest mistake ladies make not only with texting guys, and also in creating relationships with them.
In my book Text Appeal, I will teach you a few strategies to encourage him to chase you, it really isn’t that hard since men will naturally do this if you encourage it in the right way.
I went out with a great guy for a bit who wasn't a "writer" type, and therefore monosyllabic via text, but if I judged him by that, I would have missed out on someone cool. My eyes have actually ached from spending a day staring at my phone, waiting. Also, if it went well, he want to talk to you a lot. But if he doesn't text you first after an awesome date, you should feel free to text him.
If he likes you as much as you like him, it won't matter to him who texts first.
There is no need to break into a cold sweat from trying to send the perfect flirty ~*~*Wi T n Ug Get~*~*~.
Because he is texting you back "k" with one hand and using the other one to eat chicken wings. I have ruined otherwise amazing nights out with people who were actually IN FRONT OF ME by obsessing about the perfect bon mot. Don't overanalyze every little thing he says — he didn't think about it NEARLY as much as you did/are.