Dating why he stopped calling
He’s too busy to send a text or make a brief phone call to let you know what’s going on?Please, a man who truly wants you will go above and beyond to make sure that you’re aware of it. When he finally comes back around, don’t be so eager to dive back into the relationship head first.Look, we’re women and we were all born with some level of common sense, discernment and intuition.You have enough sense to know when someone doesn’t want to speak to you. I know it’s easier said than done, but don’t waste your days waiting by the phone.Don’t be so quick to go right back to sitting on the phone with him for hours on end.Ask yourself, “Does the man who’s been snubbing for weeks or months deserve my time?Or, you’ve been seeing a man for two or three months and were excited about taking things to a more serious level when suddenly you stop hearing from him.A day passes and then another, and he still hasn’t called.
Days, weeks and maybe even months have gone by without you receiving so much as a “Good Morning” text from him and for the life of you, you can’t seem to figure out what went wrong.
Maybe you’ll find that he met someone else or was in a secret relationship all along, but honestly, what will that prove? How dare he just up and stop calling with no explanation!? And if he’s on the immature side, there’s no telling who he’ll be playing those messages for, clowning you, after you’ve already clowned yourself. If you’ve asked him on more than two occasions what his deal is and why he’s acting funny style and he hasn’t given you a straight answer, keep it moving. Step aside and allow him to take his mess elsewhere.
Spare yourself the anger, bitterness, resentment and hurt feelings. So you really liked him and your feelings are kind of hurt. You’ve survived worse, so pick yourself up out of that slump.
When you part ways at the end of the night, he promises to call you to set up another date soon.
You go home feeling excited and hopeful, already looking forward to your next date with him.
If and when he comes straight out and tells you what happened, that’s when you deal with it.