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Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Do I have to text continuously after the second date to show my interest?

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

You need to refrain from texting continually but recognize that people judge your interest in them from the content and frequency of your texting. So, take the initiative frequently to start a text conversation or to wish them good morning. It’ll show you’re thinking of them. Share that with your new romance if you are not into texting exuberantly. Don’t leave them guessing and wondering what’s up with you.

Not at all! I think if you had a second date and it went well, it’s okay not to text too much. Maybe make sure you have a plan set up for a third date, but beyond that, an occasional text here and there should suffice. I don’t think it’s always a good thing to be texting someone 24/7. It’s honestly a lot of work and you end up racking your brain for things to say. Save the good conversation for the date!

Nope. Intermittent is fine. Leave something to talk about when you are face to face. If the other person demands or prefers texting continuously, it is a sign of their insecurity. It’s actually an unhealthy aspect of dating today. People need space.

Continuously? No. That’s called being a stalker.

My suggestion. Just show that you’re having fun while on the date. Reply to anything she sends, but don’t go nuts. If you are busy, then send a quick text letting her know you’re busy at work and will get back to her. Then, when you get a break, send her a quick,

“How’s it going? I just got a break.”

Well, you get the idea.

If she requires constant contact, the ole girl needs a life or is just high maintenance.

I am not saying to play games and purposely make her wait. That’s childish. Just be honest and natural, and don’t overthink it.

From what I’ve seen these days, most people do tend to expect constant contact from the interested party. However, yours truly would find this annoying beyond words. I’ve got stuff to do!

My advice: Text the person you’re interested in and make an attempt to communicate about communication. “Hey, I’m interested in seeing where this goes, but I am not much of a texter. Don’t be offended if I’m not in touch all day, every day, okay?” or “I like you. How often do you see us texting as we get to know each other?”

Best wishes!

We went on two great dates and had a 3rd date planned, but he doesn’t text me every day. Is this normal? If so, why? Does he like me?

He likes you. You have a third date planned. Congratulations, it is going well! This is why dating sucks. You want to find someone you like who also likes you back. You want that connection to sort of always be there, to know he’s thinking about you and looking forward to seeing you again.

Even a third date is too early for either of you to have any certainty about moving forward with any solid feelings of security. He needs some time to get to know you, and you him. Two dates are not enough to bring either of you toward a place of commitment. This may even be a thing you are learning about him; he doesn’t text a lot; he only texts to make plans or communicate necessary details, and not to chit-chat. There could be any number of reasons. Don’t let it offend you. If you want to talk with him, I’d encourage you to reach out.

I do want to warn you, though. If you are feeling anxious and that is what is driving your concern that he doesn’t reach out enough, he will pick up on that. Guys can tell when the girl they’re dating is anxious,edy, or codependent, and it is not a particularly attractive quality. Be your person. Be confident. Believe that while dating this person might be a good thing, it is not going to be the thing that makes you happy. If you believe it is, then I’d say you have some soul-searching to do. A man cannot fully satisfy you or make you always feel secure. I tell my male friends the same thing about women.

So enjoy the third date. Be skeptical of your feelings about him. Remember there is much you need to learn about him and use this time dating to discover that instead of worrying whether he likes you. He wouldn’t have asked you out again if he weren’t interested.

I’ve been seeing this guy for four dates. He only texts me when he wants to see me every one or two weeks. Does it mean he is not that into me?

It means he has a life besides dating.

The guy must have a demanding job without knowing his age, even if he is in his twenties (but for the sake of the conversation, let’s say he’s thirty-something). Almost every career nowadays is at least tiring.

If he has a kid/s from a previous relationship, he will certainly have even less time.

If someone has gone through 4 dates with you, something must keep bringing him back to you. Yes- it might be the obvious, but it might also be a genuine interest to get to know you much better to see where this might be going.

We all like the love story. The love at first sight. The rush of your feet. The “couldn’t keep our hands off each other” moments. Who doesn’t? But unless we’re six, that isn’t how it works. It would be amazing if it were just like that for everyone, but nine out of 10- it’s not going to happen.

Relationships take time. And even friendships need room to grow.

So, my advice is, if you dig the guy, and if he isn’t just a boring sod or a douchebag, and unless he’s rejecting your own invitations, then keep going out.

Give it some time. You might be surprised. Or you might not. But you took it as far as you could.

Alternatively, you can ditch him for the next best thing that might have some more free time for you and call you daily. And that one might only last a couple of weeks. You know- what we call a fling. Lots of people go through their entire life living out of those.

Always remember- the flame that burns twice as bright burns twice as fast.

The choice is up to you.

Why does he rarely text me first, even though we are dating?

He’s not interested in you, Doll. You already knew this, leading to posting this question on Quora. Think of all the things men devote their time to:

Sports

Sex

Video games

Hanging with friends

Beer

Food

What, if anything, stops men when they become fixated on something? Nothing. How they view women is no different. When a man is interested in a woman, nothing will stop him from seeing her, talking to her, etc. Her interests become his interests. Her worries become his as he takes pride in shielding and protecting her.

Today’s generation of women have internalized they must put forth more effort into a man for him to be interested in her. This is FALSE. If you’re exhausting all your energy into a man, and he’s doing nothing, you’re wasting your time.

No man deserves any woman chasing after him. Not a single one. I could meet Benicio Del Toro tomorrow, I’m not chasing his ass. I’m in formation (Beyoncé). I need YOU to be in formation as well.

With men? We don’t play. We SLAY. All day. You are so much more than he deserves. He texts you as if nothing happened, huh? He’s foolish, unsophisticated, and lame. That’s not what real men do.

Real men say, “Hey, you’re nice, but I’m just not feeling you.” You’re blowing this silly man’s head up when he’s not even worth a second glance.

You deserve to have a man who calls you so many times (yes, I said CALL, damn, a text!) you’ll have to turn your phone off. Then you wake up for more.

I’m not talking about a deranged man who forces his attention on you. I mean a man who makes you weary with genuine devotion and tenderness. That is love. That is respect. That is worthy of your time.

Get rid of this fool. Right now.

Who should make the first contact after the second date, the man or the woman?

First, let me preface this with the fact that Most Girls have insane dating rules that most guys do not know to exist.

Some of these rules are:

-he should always reach out first

-If he doesn’t text first, she is more invested than he is

-he should always reach out with a plan for our date and if the girl has to plan it she resents you and starts looking for someone else

-If a girl ever does reach out first, even if she acts cool, there is usually some level of dissonance in her mind because we still carry with us the notion that if a guy likes you, he will reach out first, have a plan, pay for us, etc.

-All this holds until you’re more of a couple. After that, she will feel safe to start being more of an equal; initially, a dude has to impress and chase.

Sure, there are outliers, but this is mostly true.

Yes, your intuition is wrong. As the guy, you should be prepared to initiate contact *all* of the time until you are “together.” Regardless of how much they like a guy, many girls I know will not call them.

As an aside, there shouldn’t be much risk of rejection. Did you kiss her on the 2nd date (not making out, just a kiss on the lips, possibly to say goodnight)? If so, there’s a good chance she wants to see you again. If not (and you tried), give up; it’s over. If you still need to try), make sure you try next time.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Anyway, as a rough rule, I suggest that women start to make contact after they sleep with you. Some will text after a date (either that night or the day after) to say thanks, but it’s still up to you to get in touch to make plans for the next one. Be a man, have a plan, and call her.

I want to shed some insight here. The first two dates are when the man should put on his best listening caps!! Now, this is drawing from an example involving a personal experience.

About nine months ago, there was a woman I met online and dated twice. On the second date, I offered a hug, only for her to state, “Sorry I am not touchy.” At that point, I probably should have ended the dinner date. Since I was hungry, the date proceeded. She was deleted from my phone when we both returned to our cars.

She was also observed that she never bothered to text, call, or write a simple “Thank You.” Moreover, when reviewing the call logs and SMS texts, I noticed I did initiate 100% of all contacts.

In this particular case, the date was ended with no follow-up for two reasons:

  1. It felt like a one-way communication as I was doing all the talking. Ladies, don’t be afraid to say “Hello, good morning,” “How was your day?” etc.…!! All men are different, but for those who need a little feedback to keep the conversation going, this can be where the date ends. A second or third date is the most common point where the one-way conversation dies.
  2. As a person, I need a woman who can be hugged, kissed, and snuggled up with. With no touch or very little, there will always be that big cold space between us! Those who don’t like being touched will find me in the other room playing video games while the movie is still going…. So, listen to the woman and hear what she says. You will know whether to pursue it by the second or third date.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Ladies, you will not like to hear this, but often, the second or third date is when he decides. In many cases, following up can save your date. In the case of the one mentioned, had she followed up or offered plans, I would have wanted a third date. After all, I had many things in common with her and recognized that the touch issue may be resolved independently. Or, at the very least, she could have been just a good friend.

Your intuition is not going to help you.

Your intuition should guide you to talk with the person you are dating about this, rather than strangers on the internet. We can’t read her mind.

If you wait for her to call, you will never know if she’s a “guys call me” kind of girl. You may decide you don’t want to date a “guys call me” kind of girl, but you won’t know why it didn’t work.

Mind reading doesn’t work when people have been together for decades. It surely won’t work after two dates.

Suppose you mean “constantly,” no. Just respond when you’re texted or let your date know you can’t always respond immediately because you have work, family, or other obligations that keep you from being able to use your cell phone 24/7. If they can’t understand that, you’re better off without that person in your life- that person will demand ALL your time in person and when you’re not physically with them.

It also makes you more desirable to most people. Think about it – who would you find sexier – the woman or man who’s got nothing to do all day but text you, or a busy person who had to struggle to take time out of her or his exciting life to message you but did so because you mean SO MUCH to her/him? You bet your life it’s a busy one. Even if the two were identical twins, you’d naturally find the one who’s doing lots of things more attractive. At least I would, and I think most people – male, female, or otherwise – would feel the same way.

Should I call him after this first date?

Okay, I say this:

I had a long-term relationship with a girl for over a month. After the first date, she called me in 1 hour. And I dumped her.

On the other hand, I’ve been in a relationship for two years now. Just 10 minutes after the first date, She called me. And I have to say, I was feeling in heaven when I heard her sound just ten minutes later.

It’s not about the act; It’s about the person!

After a first date and the man doesn’t call or text, does it automatically mean he didn’t like me?

No.

There are many reasons he may not call or text that have nothing to do with you or are not reflecting badly on you. (He might be busy with a family issue or at work, OR he may think you are out of his league or looking for something he’s not looking for, etc.).

But I also think you can’t “just wait”. So if you don’t hear from him within three days at most, I’d adopt the mantra of “next!” And move on. If he calls you later and seems genuinely interested, decide if you want to see him again.

Life needs to be longer to play guessing games in dating. We all deserve clarity.

Know your worth.

What can I do on a first date with a girl?

A. Be on time or reach a bit earlier on the venue.

B. Wear good but sober clothes. Not too sophisticated, not too casual types.

C. When she arrives, greet her with a smile.

D. Don’t compliment her right away. Slip it right in between the conversation somewhere.

E. Talk less and listen to her more. If you want to encourage her to speak more, say this when she asks you to talk about yourself.

“My life is very boring but your’s look very interesting. Tell me about it more”.

Girls love good listeners.

F. Refrain from excessively using extremely polite words like “Please”. It makes you look like you are trying too hard.

G. Don’t start eating the food before she does. Always ask her to eat first if she is not eating out of shyness by saying this in a very gentle tone,

“Hey, why aren’t you eating? Is there something wrong with the food?”

That will make her comfortable. It also shows your love and affection towards her.

H. Do not bring any gifts for her on your first date. Again, it shows that you are trying too hard.

I. Don’t call her repeatedly if she is late to the date. Have patience.

J. Have a slight smile all the time while having a conversation with her.

K. Don’t forget to ask her this at the end of the date.

“Should I drop you to your home?”

And say it insistent: if she says yes, fine. And if she denies it, don’t ask the second time.

How can you tell if she liked the first date?

I met my Boyfriend through an online dating site. I had so much fun the first time we went out on a date.

I had not dated in many years (okay, Two decades). I felt nervous and in over my head and was exercising extra caution to keep myself safe.

For this reason, when he asked for my phone number I requested that he instead contact me through the site we had met on.

When he offered to take me home, I stepped back and told him I preferred to take a cab.

This felt to him like I was being standoffish like I was giving him mixed signals.

“Hey,” he asked, “did you have fun?”

“I had so much fun,” I said. “I would really love to see you again.”

And that’s how he could tell.

He hasn’t texted me anymore after a nice second date. How long should I wait and ask for a third date (he initiated the first two dates)?

Move on. Guys today are still determining what they want. A lot of them are dating multiple women at once. You got lost in the mix. Had this happen to me recently. Many men today do not know how to deal with their emotions or feelings. He is probably immature and emotionally unavailable. He did you a favor by stepping out of the situation. Most likely, he can’t decide or commit. Don’t internalize their actions or behaviors. You are too good for this particular guy.

I would not recommend continuously texting them after a second date to show your interest; it might have the opposite effect and make you seem stalker-ish, putting them off the idea of pursuing a relationship with you.

I recommend texting and texting them like normal; if they’re interested, they’ll reply; if they’re not, you’ll know by their messages.

Alternatively, you could come out and ask if they want to see you again.

No. Only use texting to schedule dates or check to see if the person got home alright. Other than that, you should text once a week and no more. Does that sound too little? Well…trust me, texting too little is ALWAYS better than texting too much, in my experience, kid. When you text too little, the assumption is that you have competing interests, and a person with competing interests is probably a desirable person to be around. ONCE A WEEK! No more.

No, you do not.

However, some people are what we refer to as ‘high maintenance.’ These people often require more investment than others. More emotional interaction. More time spent together. More than you’re used to.

For most people, a text or two would be fine. Express that you had fun and that you want to go out again.

How often should you text after the first date?

I’m a straightforward, rip-the-band-aid-off type of person. During the last minutes of the date, as we parted ways, I asked the girl to text me to let me know she made it home safely. When I receive the text letting me know she’s home safe, I use this to re-open the conversation. Upon receiving the text, I usually thank them for accompanying me on the date/outing. If there were memorable notes, I often mention those to keep the conversation going. Following her response or responses, I’ll state that I’d like to see her again and may even begin scheduling the next meeting. We’ll often talk about the upcoming week, and communication continues normally.

If I’m not into the girl, I’ll thank them for accompanying me, then mention why I feel we could be a better match. I let my intentions be known as soon as possible so that she’s not waiting on me when I’m not, or so I’m not waiting on her, but she’s no longer interested.

For the women out there, ask the guy to let you know when he’s home safe. When he notifies you that he’s reached his destination safely, you can do the same as previously mentioned. Thank them for the date, and if you think you need to be more compatible, mention this. If you are compatible, mention the notion of another date.

I’ve used this general method for years, and it’s worked exceptionally well. In a few instances, I was thanked for being so straightforward. The simple truth is that we’re all hesitant, but ultimately, we all want openness and a sense of forthcoming. What better way than to invite it by being open and forthcoming? A few may take advantage of this, but most will reciprocate your gesture.

We went on two great dates. Had a lot to talk about, and I felt chemistry. Both dates lasted over 3 hours, and he sent a sweet text following our last date, but I have been waiting to hear from him for over five days. Is that weird?

He’s got a life apart from his dating life. After two dates, you’re not committed to each other, so timing his calls could be clearer. I will share one short story with you, though. My friend and I had just about thought about making it a romance when he disappeared for a week. I sucked it up mentally, thought maybe I’d misread the signs, and shrugged it off. Two days later, he called me; he’d been stuck in a snowstorm and couldn’t get phone service. This was before cells. I said that was fine and hoped he’d have better conditions on his way back. We said goodbye, and I jumped up and down like a lunatic. I was thirty years old and felt like a teenager in love. We were married that winter and are still together forty years later. Don’t give up on the guy because he isn’t calling or texting ten times daily; not everyone does. And if it turns out it wasn’t right for the two of you, then you found out early.

I had two great dates with a guy, but he only texted or asked me out 5days later. How do I have fun and open up if I fear he won’t contact me again?

Here’s my short answer: (To expand it, read Long Explanation.)

Short answer:

So, in summary, the guy likes you. He is probably just busy, and he is a calm person and moving at what he thinks is a fair pace (guys who move in fast and hot and heavy tend not to be around for the long run). You need to calm yourself down with magnesium supplementation and talk therapy or journaling so you don’t scare him away with anxious or needy behaviors.

Long Explanation:

First, to successfully date and not be scared, it would be best for you to attend to any anxiety disorders you might have. I don’t say this to be mean, just factual.

The guy might have been busy, so for a person busy with work or something, five days will fly past and not seem so long. To a person investing their whole mental security in whether a guy calls back or not, a person who does not already have a full and exciting life, five days will seem like an eternity.

I know this because I have an anxiety disorder and have been in your shoes. I have been the woman waiting for the text and the call. I have also been in the guy’s shoes. I have been the person in college with 18 units of difficult science classes who had barely enough time to sit down to eat or go to the bathroom, the person with the eyelid who twitches from stress and fatigue. And to that person, five days would fly by in a blur, and then when they have time, they would call someone they like.

And it seems this guy does like you. Otherwise, he wouldn’t have called you for a third date. He is probably a busy person, and no one, especially busy people, needs another person, causing them drama about not texting or calling soon enough.

So, if this is the case, and he is just a busy guy who likes you, then you need to work on controlling your anxiety. Other relationship advice givers would tell you to get a life. But from me being someone like yourself, I understand that the root cause of this is anxiety and depression, so you need to treat that so you can be calm and collected and not turn this guy off when you go out with him again.

You also need to be calm and collected if a guy does decide to ghost you. Being ghosted is not the end of the world. It is not a tragedy. There are at least 3.5 billion guys on this planet and at least 50 or 100 in your immediate area who would be a good match for you. So, if you fear being ghosted or abandoned, you have anxiety and abandonment issues.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

So, to treat the anxiety, I recommend supplementing with Magnesium as it helps calm all the nerves down in the body and helps with anxiety. A good product to take is CALM magnesium citrate powder by Natural Vitality. You can put a little 1/2 to 1 tsp in a glass with warm water and drink it and do this 2x per day, or you can put 2 tsp in a big water bottle that you drink throughout the day (2 tsp per day). Make sure you drink up the whole bottle for the day. The Magnesium will help calm your nerves so you can weather the big stretches between hearing from a guy and also able not to be so concerned if he doesn’t want to see you. Being too concerned about these things is a symptom of an anxiety disorder. I would not suggest treating an anxiety disorder with pills unless you are on the verge of sheer hospitalization-level mania because meds deplete B vitamins that are used to make brain chemicals that keep you calm. So, meds make the root cause of anxiety worse.

Magnesium supplementation will help remove the small amount of anxiety you feel because, let’s face it, dating is nerve-wracking for many of us.

As far as any abandonment issues, you might have a therapist is good, or if you can’t afford one, maybe you could get a book about abandonment issues and also do journaling.

But once you feel calmer by supplementing with Magnesium, the anxiety in dating will not bother you as much, and the highs and lows will be much easier to handle.

So again, in summary. It seems like the guy likes you. He is probably just busy, and he is a calm person and moving at what he thinks is a fair pace (guys who move in fast and hot and heavy tend not to be around for the long run). You need to calm yourself down with magnesium supplementation and talk therapy or journaling so you don’t scare him away with anxious or needy behaviors.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Should I text first after a datee?

It doesn’t matter. What DOES matter is that once you text, you must wait until they reply before you text again. And if they don’t reply, then you don’t text again.

It’s like playing tennis. It doesn’t matter who serves the first ball. What matters is that the two of you are hitting the ball back and forth, playing tennis together. If someone walks away from the court, you don’t keep serving balls over the net to space.

What is the best thing to text after an awesome first date with a girl?

Please do text. Women of substance appreciate that, even if she’s a 10. I don’t know why something as beautiful as dating is perceived as a game.

“Hi <name> 🙂 hope you’re safe. Idk how it works, but at the risk of making a fool out of myself, could I just say that I had a great time with you. Thanks :)”

<<see if she’s replying positively or staying neutral or indifferent>>

If she’s positive, plan for the next date. If she’s indifferent or negative, appreciate her time and stop texting. You don’t want to spend your intellectual resources on some woman who still thinks dating is a game. The tons of heartaches and headaches are not worth it, no matter what kind of woman. However, you’ll be the best judge of what to do next.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

How often should you text after the first datte?

I’m a straight-forward, rip-the-band-aid-off type of person. During the last minutes of the date, as we parted ways, I asked the girl to text me to let me know she made it home safely. When I receive the text that lets me know she’s home safe, I use this to re-open the conversation. Upon receiving the text, I usually thank them for accompanying me on the date/outing. If there were memorable notes, I often mention those to keep the conversation going. Following her response or responses, I’ll state that I’d like to see her again and may even begin scheduling the next meeting. We’ll often talk about the upcoming week, and communication continues normally.

If I’m not into the girl, I’ll thank them for accompanying me, then mention why I feel we could be a better match. I let my intentions be known as soon as possible so that she’s not waiting on me when I’m not, or so I’m not waiting on her, but she’s no longer interested.

For the women out there, ask the guy to let you know when he’s home safe. When he notifies you that he’s reached his destination safely, you can do the same as previously mentioned. Thank them for the date, and if you don’t think you need to be more compatible, mention this. If you are compatible, mention the notion of another date.

I’ve used this general method for years, and it’s worked exceptionally well. In a few instances, I was thanked for being so straightforward. The simple truth is that we’re all hesitant, but ultimately, we all want openness and a sense of forthcoming. What better way than to invite it by being open and forthcoming? A few may take advantage of this, but most will reciprocate your gesture.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Who should make the first contact after the second datte, the man or the woman?

I want to shed some insight here. The first two dates are when the man should put on his best listening caps!! Now, this is drawing from an example involving a personal experience.

About nine months ago, there was a woman I met online and dated twice. On the second date, I offered a hug, only for her to state, “Sorry, I am not touchy.” At that point, I should have ended the dinner date. Since I was hungry, the date proceeded. She was deleted from my phone when we both returned to our cars.

She was also observed that she never bothered to text, call, or write a simple “Thank You.” Moreover, when reviewing the call logs and SMS texts, I noticed I did initiate 100% of all contacts.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

In this particular case, the datee was ended with no follow-up for two reasons:

  1. It felt like a one-way communication, as in I was doing all the talking. Ladies, don’t be afraid to say “Hello, good morning,” “How was your day,” etc.…!! All men are different, but for those who need feedback to keep the conversation going, this can be where the date ends. A second or third date is the most common point where the one-way conversation dies.
  2. As a person, I need a woman who can be hugged, kissed, and snuggled up with. With no touch or very little, there will always be that big cold space between us! Those who don’t like being touched will find me in the other room playing video games while the movie is still going…. So, listen to the woman and hear what she says. You will know whether to pursue it by the second or third date.

Ladies, you will not like to hear this, but often, the second or third date is when he will decide. In many cases, following up can save your date. In the case of the one mentioned, had she followed up or offered plans, I would have wanted a third date. After all, I had many things in common with her and recognized that the touch issue may be resolved independently. Or, at the very least, she could have been just a good friend

.Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

Do you text after the first datee if you’re not interested?

I will text after a first date, regardless of the circumstances. I reach out to them to ensure they’ve arrived home safely and all that good stuff. I thank them for their time and explain why I’m not up for a second date. On most occasions, I obtain appreciation for being so forthcoming.

Why do I do this? Two reasons. I know what it feels like to wait for an answer or response that may never come, and I want to leave things on a positive note should we cross paths again.

When I was younger, I went on two dates with a young woman before deciding to no longer pursue it. I explained why I was no longer interested in dating her, and we parted on good terms. A year later, I began dating another young woman. After a few successful dates, she told me her friend knew me. I inquired who the friend was. It was the woman I’d dated a year prior. The girl I was dating told me that her friend had nothing but positive things to say about me, including positive words about our “break-up.”

Let them know if you’re not interested in a second date or even continuing to get to know someone. You’d want the same if the shoes were on the other foot. Treat someone just as you’d want to be treated and do your best not to waste their time.

Do I have to text continuously after 2nd date to show my interest?

She seems interested when I text her, but she never texts first. What do I do?

Let me ask you this: When you text, does she respond fairly quickly and then continue the conversation over time? If you can answer “yes” to that, my response would be, “what are you concerned about?” If she likes you and enjoys texting you, does it matter who texts first so long as one of you is doing so?

Because you are the one texting first, you’re feeling more interested than she is when it comes to connecting, yet it’s not the case. She will initiate the contact in time, and you’ll feel better about where you stand with her. It’s hard to believe, but some women aren’t cool with all the texting. You may have found an old-fashioned woman who enjoys talking over the phone (What a novel concept, right?) and is a bit cold regarding texting. It wouldn’t hurt to ask if that’s the case.

Put only a little stock into this. So long as you two are connecting and there’s the potential for more, then let it be. She’s interested in you, so enjoy the ride.

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