Christian dating does he like me
At the same time, love does not mean that you should expect him to pick up the phone all the time or text you constantly.
Guys, lovable as we can be, usually like to use the phone to make a plan and that’s that.
But just because somebody should do something doesn’t mean they will, for whatever reason. ;) But be that as it may, it does bother you and my bet is that you are trying to figure out a way to address it without making him defensive or damaging the relationship.
My feeling is that you should take this as an opportunity to learn how to deal with this sort of thing… First and foremost, get a handle about how you feel about it.
Recently I was speaking to a friend about marriage, and as I listened to them talk about how much they wanted to be married, I felt like I was looking at a younger version of myself. ‘My girlfriend and I recently split up,’ said the Facebook message. I don’t want to lose her from my life, but I’m still hurting from the break-up and find it painful to be around her.
But the reason I say it is that it’s something I would have said years ago in an early relationship. The thing is, as I had more relationships –more falling in love and then eventually the break-up, more ups, more downs, more experience — my perspective changed and the way I was in relationships changed too… Sure, people get jaded by breakups, sometimes for a month, sometimes for several months (or longer), but the ups and the downs of relationships are both really good things.
My point is that in the moments he’s with you, he probably does mean it.
We don’t like chit-chat if it’s not towards a purpose, it’s just not how we’re wired.
I would say that if he says he’s going to text or call you, he should do that…