If he doesn’t change and you continue to feel frustrated by his behavior then remember that you can always drop him and move on.
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Ok, I am confused…I thought guys were totally into the text versus actually talking on the phone.
But there is one guy who I am interested in who seems to not fit that mold. He takes hours to answer a text message when we all KNOW that our phones are glued to our face.
Any woman I’ve ever really cared for (and showed priority towards) didn’t settle for behavior that wasn’t what she wanted.
She didn’t put up with behavior that didn’t work for her – namely, if I left her hanging, I could be sure she’d make other plans.
This is not the energy that attracted the guy in the first place – chances are that when he met you, you were happy, carefree and having fun.
That’s a much better way to be it’s far more attractive to the guy as well.
At this point, rather than calling him out when he doesn’t respond, you would be far more effective if you make other plans when this happens.
DON’T wait on him because people tend to fall into a routine with other people based on past behavior.
One of the most frequent things I notice is that the women fixate on the guy acting a certain way or doing something they want him to do (in this case, texting her back).