I met this guy and everything seemed great. He told me all the great things like you're so hot, I really like you, I didn't apply for this job yet because I met you. At the same time he expressed concern about things moving too fast and liking me too much too soon. We had been seeing each other for a month when he came for a date with my friends and me. We had planned for him to stay the night. It was the first time we had "planned" a sleepover, even brought his dog. He stayed until three the next afternoon. We were supposed to have a date two nights later but he did not remember that. I asked him when I would see him again and he said I don't know, something fun will come up. That was first clue something was up. I sent him a text saying I had a nice time. He called and we talked for 45 minutes. Normally we texted every day. Nothing the next day so I sent a quick note that he replied to the following night. I then called him and we talked for 30 minutes. Now no contact for 5 days. I sent a text earlier tonight just saying I hope he had a good weekend - again nothing. Obviously I feel the brush off but I would just like to know why. Make sure he knows I do not have plans to exchange drawers at each others homes. Should I call him and ask him or just accept that he's done. It's just weird. Why did he stay until 3 and then talk for 45 minutes? Just want to be sure that I don't fall for the same garbage again. Really thought he was a nice guy, not a player.
Should I call him to ask why he decided to disappear?
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I would definitely ask. I mean, otherwise you're just gonna spend your time wondering. I never have the guts to ask, but I usually regret it. Definitely ask and figure out what's going on! If he can't show you respect, then you don't really have to care about what he's going to think. Good luck!0
It sounds like he got scared because things were moving quickly. When a man does a sleepover, he begins to see that things are becoming serious and that makes him sometimes pull back a little. They can still come back from this position but it is best not to badger him or overcontact him at this stage so that there is a better chance he will not be overwhelmed. I think what happens is they think, do I want to get serious and then they start deciding.0
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