It is infinitely better than text messages, there’s no room for misinterpretation or miscommunication like there is in the limited medium of texting and it takes the pressure off both of you.
So as a general rule in relationships, try to keep texting to a minimum and, when you do need to text, your texts will have much more impact.
Or, yes of course, he might not be all that into you in the first place and be fading away. there are plenty of signs a guy isn’t into you and it’s a fruitless venture to think you’re going to convince him he should be.
So just to get that out of the way: When a guy likes you, it’s obvious.
He might really grill you when you go out or don't answer his texts for hours or any other thing that could make him feel insecure. For similar reasons, he might think it's a great idea to always spend time with you since that way, you can't go off and cheat on him.
He's not doing it because he thinks you're horrible, but because he expects that behavior and he expects to get betrayed. If he isn't actively trying to work through it, it's going to put a strain on your relationship. This might sound great to anyone who really likes to dive into a relationship, but it's certainly a nightmare for everyone else.
you don’t know his patterns yet, so he might be at the gym.
He might be focused on something and have his phone off.
He could be irrationally paranoid and ask tons of questions.
I’m not talking about constant, minute-by-minute response times and non-stop chatting, but if a guy is in the mindset of establishing and participating in a relationship with you, he’s not going to unpredictably disappear for days or weeks at a time. letting a guy go who is already showing signs that he’s not that into you early on…
So if that’s happening, you’re probably looking at a guy who isn’t all that into you… well, you could be saving yourself a ton of time and heartache. so if you think that you have a good relationship with the guy you’re with but you believe he’s starting to lose interest, then I highly recommend you take the following quiz. Good relationships tend to come about when you’re swimming with the current, not against it. if a guy has stopped texting you all of a sudden, and it’s a guy you’ve been seeing for longer than, let’s say, 2 weeks…
at which point I would recommend you would cut things now and meet someone new. Which is foolish on two fronts: first it implies that the time to be impressive is only at the beginning and second it implies that another person should select you because you impressed them (and that you should select them because you found them impressive). I’m not saying that there aren’t those rare cases where some disinterested guy inexplicably changes his tune and comes around… Sooner or later, this kind of thing is going to happen and now is as good a time as any to become comfortable with the idea of giving a guy space.
it can happen in the same way a person could win the lottery or a tree could be struck by lightning… The odds are much higher you’ll waste a ton of time, youth and heart on chasing a guy who isn’t interested, when you could be spending it with a guy who wants exactly what you want… The best way to think of text messages is this: If you he tells you, specifically, he’s going to text you at a specific time for a specific reason, then it makes sense to expect him to do what he told you he’s going to do. Outside of that, texting (in the view of most men) is an interruption to whatever we’re doing at that moment.Boundaries have to be made, and they need to be made early on.7.