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First, think of why you’re texting him in the first place.
More often than not you’re trying to get him to ask you out or show you some attention.
Lately though, I always have to text him first, and it takes him FOREVER to reply and sometimes he doesn’t even reply at all unless I text him more than once.
After all, he said he was going to do something and then he didn’t. There is nothing more annoying than trying to go about our lives and do everything we want to do, only to have to drop everything and respond to a text message because some girl we just started seeing needs attention and reassurance.
But if you’re getting all hung up because a guy isn’t acting in some particular way and it’s making you feel insecure, nervous, or worried, that is absolutely neediness. I realize that I sound a little harsh here, but it’s the truth and I feel like the most helpful thing I can do is be honest, even if that means being brazenly blunt.
When I write dating tips and relationship advice for a new mode, I am writing to a female audience.
But neediness is not gender-specific – guys make the mistake of being “needy” too!
So here is the guiding question when it comes to neediness: Did he break a specific promise he made to you about a specific event at a specific time?
I am not talking about a guy saying, “Oh yeah, I’ll text you back within an hour as long as I see it.” That’s a generalized promise and probably a “promise” a guy would make only after a girl pressured him into saying it.
You want to see him but he hasn’t made the moves so you’ve decided to help him along via a text.
If you haven’t heard from the man you’re into for some time instead of just texting, It should because plain and simple it is.
I’m talking about a specific promise: “I will meet you here at such-and-such a time.” That is a specific promise.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating