I know this guy, he was working on his doctorate in some science, I think physics and he was very busy, I had only seen him once in the past few weeks and he was always with this girl who was really cool. He stayed around for a week again, disappeared again, and blocked me on his social media. He answered a question about how much money he made last year, and I jokingly commented are you single? Both of you could be confused, or he might be oblivious to how confused you are. Ran into a friend's brother and told him how odd I thought it was that a guy just changed plans on me and he told me immediately I was being stood up. So im talking to this guy, we text everyday and sometimes he's super cheesily sweet and he's very teasing but sometimes it takes him a long time to reply, 6 hours at most, he always sleeps before me and some times he just ignores me when im talking on the phone with him but even though he does that, he still apologizes and he still remains the same, he says he misses me but can I really gurantee he likes me? Once school started this year, he doesn't text him anymore. Say how you felt holding their hand. Him being 12 years older and in another state does not sound good or promising.
I know I can't reach out to him anymore. Other wise you start to see them as the perfect person in your imagination and not for who they actually are. Generally, men are not into double meanings and tend to communicate in a straightforward way. Who calls when texting is an option? But seriously, not only do you get to learn something nice about your crush, but you get a peek at their values. But because humans rely so much on our social lives to survive and thrive, our relationships with each other carry an extra special weight. I say try reaching out to him again, without mentioning any of the white elephants in the room.
Called on Saturday and he did not pick up, which was unusual. A surefire way to get someone to smile over text is to make fun of yourself in a tongue-in-cheek kind of way. If you want him to initiate more whether as friends or more, you have to flat out say that. Or if they are a dreamer who has totally impossible plans for their life. Now mind you I barely texted him or talked to him.
I have a very unique situation and I have no clue what to think! No offense if you are European. No guy would resort to this unless he is inept or does not care to impress you at all. He has also snapped me that he is single which is all the more confusing. It makes you appear dishonest. These are some tricks that will help you inch closer to who you like. Move from unworthiness to confidence and certainty. Maybe he would feel more comfortable asking you out if his friends were not around.
When we were together he would just be on his phone. They wait 3 days to text you, or they act aloof. No matter what others say, you need to love yourself, stay true to yourself, and others will respect you, as well. Relationships end when someone decides the cost of not getting their needs met is no longer bearable. I sent like 9 messages over the past 9 days and I've been ignored. I get that people get busy, but he has been less and less available and I just have a bad feeling about it that I can't shake.
He always asks me about my plans in the day, what I'm doing, and texts me all day, every day. He is busy at work right now and said that whenever he is coming close to my home, he will let me know so that we can go and have a cup of coffee or pizza. I know that can be anxious because you just don't know what time frame you're dealing with and then you have feelings, it would be nice to have closure on what happened and move forward one way or another. If that's not the dynamic you are wanting, and you want him to pick up the slack more, then kindly tell him, and he'll get the idea. Question: I met this guys through my friend.
He actually felt the same and asked me out on a date right there. Not only does that make you seem more genuine and approachable, it can also be endearing. I definitely need to focus on myself and just put this on the back burner for now, and find a way to accept that whatever will be will be, I know I can't force anything but I just can't decide if I should completely end this by deleting all communication or if I should still try to hold on a little bit longer. They had met when he was finishing up his doctoral work and so I asked him what he planned to do. In fact, maybe that's what you should say is. When you compliment anyone about something, it always leaves the person thinking about your compliment fondly.
I just don't know why I'm like this now. It got awkward after that, usually he jokes about how I say that every year and he doesn't believe it or about how picky I am. I asked if he wanted to call me, and he said he was busy playing video games with his friends which he does all day long for a week his parents are divorced and he only has video games at one parents house and for that reason we got in a huge fight. Also, at the beginning, people have a lot of questions, so they'll text a lot at the beginning and then calm down. He sends me a picture the other day while he was at work, showing me his booth at the show he was working in. This lets them know you can exist without them.