No, literally, where did you go? I know you have your phone in your left hand even when you're holding your member with your right as you pee, or you sleep with it under your pillow (which, turns out, is super-dangerous). So, really, there are no excuses for lack of response. Cue you feeling crazy.
Which begs the question, "Sooooooooo, are we meeting or not?" But if you ask that, he might think you're too thirsty, so you have to choose: "Do I make other plans because he needs to learn that I'm not going to wait around for him?" (Let it be known that as soon as you decide to do this and make a solid plan with another one of your friends, he will most likely text you a hot minute later.) Or, "Do I sit around and legit wait for him to reach out and risk not having a plan with anyone?" I personally prefer the first option, because F him at that point. It's called respecting others and their time.
Affection is a big quality in a relationship despite what anybody else might say. It’s not exactly the number one priority but it’s one of the top ones. If he’s lacking affection with her, something is up, or at least that’s what her head is telling her. Affection such as holding her hand in public, giving her a kiss every now and then while out and about, making sure she feels good by caressing her thigh or arm, etc. are all signs of reassurance in an affectionate way. By lacking affection, she feels left behind like she’s insignificant to him.
He said he'd never do anything to hurt you. Well, bro, this counts as something that would hurt your girl. Also, best believe she is now a full-on detective with numerous friends on the case, hunting down the girl that you cheated with's Instagram/Facebook/Twitter/Ancestry.com.
If you've been in this boat, raise your hand. *Raises own hand.* Allow me to set up the scenario: You've dated a dude, fell in love, things were great, and then they weren't. Yet he continues to text you when he's lonely or things aren't going great for him. NOT. COOL. I've said it before, I'll say it again: After a breakup, women heal, men don't deal. Instead, they compartmentalize their feelings, while you deal with yours and cry all the tears and ultimately end up feeling OK in a few months.
Well, girl, from personal experience, he wasn't worth your time anyway and you just dodged a MFing bullet. Because if a guy can't look at you in the face or at least call you to tell you what's up, he is a coward and probably doesn't even know why he can't be with someone as amazing as you are. He just can't right now.
A person who has nothing to hide, hides nothing. If your guy tries to keep whatever he’s doing on his phone hidden from your view, you’re naturally going to question what he’s doing and if he could be stepping outside of your relationship. Everyone is entitled to their privacy, so it’s not as if you should be able to see every single thing he does on his phone, but if a guy jerks his phone out of your site whenever you’re around, this could be a red flag.
Ladies: Is there ANYTHING more confusing and frustrating in a relationship than a guy who plays hot and cold with you? Some days he can’t get enough of you and wants to talk to you and be with you 24/7, only for the next day to roll around and he acts like he could care less about you or ever even seeing you again.
For some, one episode of this is enough for a woman to call things off with someone, but that isn’t the case for everyone. Some of us get drawn back in the next time he starts to play “hot” again, because we have high hopes for what the relationship could be, and we remember how good it feels when he is all in. Knowing a man could go back to playing cold at any time is bound to make you feel insecure in your relationship, and it’s a lot easier on both parties to just be open and honest with how you’re feeling and why you are acting the way you are.
You might be transported right back to high school feelings when you log onto Facebook and see your boyfriend has just become friends with a beautiful stranger. Feelings of insecurity might come up immediately, and your mind goes to the worst case scenario and you start to think he’s cheating on you, or he at least wants to.
We all like to think we’re mature and secure enough to not let something like this phase us, but we all fall victim to these feelings sometimes. Constantly seeing your boyfriend befriending women on Facebook or following and liking random girls’ pictures on Instagram can be hard on you as it may make you feel insecure about his intentions with other people.
When you really like a guy and you’re close with your family, you probably want them to meet so you can show off your awesome new guy to your family who will be so happy to see you in love. You would think your guy would also want you to meet his family so he could show you off to them, and when this doesn’t happen, it can make you feel insecure.
You might think he’s avoiding introducing you to his family because he’s ashamed of you or because he thinks it will be taking a step further in a relationship he isn’t really ready to commit to yet.