That’s the sort of woman he perceives as high-value and worth pursuing. If he gives you an emoticon as a response for example, say a smiley, it’s time to end the convo by saying nothing back. Don’t initiate text if he hasn’t texted you in a while. When he is, it means he’s thinking about you and a guy likes a woman he can’t help thinking of. If you answered yes and are wondering should I text him, then probably no. I certainly didn’t wonder should I text him or not. He stops calling and texting exactly because of that (and some other reasons as outlined here). When he first texted me, it took me a day to respond and honestly it wasn’t on purpose but I simply wasn’t hooked to my cellphone.
Straighty leaves her hetero life for her gay honey, hoping to live happily ever after.
Texting has become an integral part of our communication these days that just like emailing a set of etiquettes needs to be established. Vary your response time, be a little unpredictable. If he texts you regularly, you can initiate once (as a part of being unpredictable) say for every 5-6 texts he initiates. Be direct cause guys don’t like reading long messages. You want a guy who steps up and leads so if he’s slacking in his way of communication, you taking charge in the matter won’t make him want to do it more.
Believe it or not, guys sense your character and personality and judge you through your texting habits so a mishap here and there might kill a blooming interest on their part. Sometimes you wait a day, some other times a few hours, sometimes right away. If he texts you “good morning” or “good night” every day, beat him to the punch one morning/evening by doing it first. Quite the opposite it dampens his motivation to do so. Be imaginative, creative, witty and flirtatious in your response. ” you can instead say “tell me something that makes my knees weak” or something playful like “do you know that kissing burns 68 calories/hr? I need something stiff.” But don’t overdo it either ’cause then you appear overacting.
Admittedly, I had a challenging time starting to write this article, because the bulk of people who contacted me about their BPD relationships had been men, but I kept getting letters from females who said, "what about us~ why aren't you writing about encounters with narcissistic or borderline disordered males, and they taught me about what to avoid.
When I began recalling and including those experiences in this piece, it flowed.