I gave him too much attention, I told him that I needed him and liked him. Before that he tried to win my heart but now he thinks that he's won and I am not his priority anymore but an option.
He doesn't spend so much time with me, he flirts with other girls when I am there and sometimes ignores my texts though I know he always checks his phone.
Don't say things like that "forget him", "probably he's busy", "your fault"...
I need your advice.
How to be his priority again?
Most Helpful Guy
Okay, from the sound of things he made the fist moves on you. This shows that he at least had and probably still has interest in you. You may have come off a little strong and possible scared him, but I don't think that is the case seeing as he is very comfortable around you. Now, I assume you two are bf/gf, if not then I can see where he might feel you are just very close friends for the time being, and not necessarily willing to go out of his way beyond what he would do for his friends. But assuming you are, you should bring this up to him. Now, be careful, because you don't want to make false accusations or jump to conclusions. I know that I personally sometimes have a tendency to do this myself. If you tow are bf/gf, you should be able to openly discus this. You could start it by saying, "So recently I have been noticing that you seem to be paying less attention to me, and was just wondering what that is all about." This way, he has a chance to explain himself before any accusations are made. In this same conversation, you should also be open with your thoughts. As hard as it may be, tell him how you feel about him and ask him how he feels about you. It is important that you are on the same page. Once both of your feelings are out in the open, you will know exactly how he feels. Sometimes the best way is just to ask him directly, because that is how you know you are in a healthy and stable relationship; when you can open conversation.1
Most Helpful Girl
Definitely know how you feel! This is something that happens to me majority of the time with guys, however just gotta learn how to play your cards right ;)
Id recommend firstly just take a break and separate yourself from him for a bit to get yourself together and find stuff to do to preoccupy yourself. When you start texting him again, hold back on how frequently you text him. So perhaps text him every 2 or 3 hours? But the key here is to make your texts have more quality rather than quantity. Spark his interest with something his interested in, tease him and be playful and flirty! He will start texting you more and more because he likes the conversation. When he starts putting in effort, you can start putting in a little effort. So if his texting you every hour, text him every two hours. If his texting you every 10 minutes, you text him every 30 minutes. If he starts pulling back, you pull back.
Sorry; this is a lot to read but has helped me with guys losing interest! :)1