So I've been talking to this guy for a few weeks now and things seemed to be going well. We were talking every say, he would send me a goodmorning text and we would talk up until one of us would go to bed.
This weekend he pretty much just stopped talking to me. He usually texted first but on Sunday I texted him first and we talked a little and then go hours without answering even though the text said it had been read. When he would answer me he would say "sorry I was..." And that's fine I don't need a text back all the time, if you're busy then you're busy. I went to bed without a text back and then later in the day yesterday he said "sorry I didn't answer I was..." Again, fine, whatever. Our conversation was going good yesterday until I had to be away from my phone for a while and he said "alright have fun" and when I got back to it and told him I could talk he read the message but never answered. It wasn't late or anything, and I turned around and saw him posting stuff on Facebook so I feel like he wasn't busy. I never send more than one text. If he doesn't answer me one night, I do not text him the next day, I don't want to feel needy or annoying.
Has be decided that he doesn't want to talk to me anymore? We've known each other for a while but just admitted that we both have kind of liked each other for a while and started talking about dating. We've yet to go on a date because our schedules haven't matched up this month but we are planning one for June. May was a crazy busy month for both of us and we both understand why the other can't go on a date.
So any ideas? Am I overreacting about it?
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The novelty of communicating with you via texting may be wearing thin with him.
After certain point is reached, usually within the initial weeks or months of talking to someone, guys tend to drop off of the texting and, oftentimes, they will fail to sustain the type of effort they previously gave to frequently communicate in the beginning
Now, that does it mean he has lost interest in dating you, necessarily. It simply very well may mean he is ready to progress to a more interactive way of communicating with you, e.g. in person, on dates.
The point, most guys text to get their point across, while our counterparts, women, text as a form of communicating and keeping in touch, in my opinion.
With that in mind, I think he's still looking forward to the date in June with you.0