I dated a guy for 2 weeks and my gut feeling told me that he isn't taking me seriously. I was upset recently because he didn't initiate to ask me out for the weekend and I hinted that I was upset. His response was "It doesn't mean because I'm a guy that you [girl] can't ask me out." I was hurt, but tried not to be over-emotional, so I asked him out directly. He didn't respond to my message. I was very hurt and frustrated and I angry texted him. He texted me back 10 hours later saying that he forgot his phone at home, that he dislikes checking his phone often (ironically he's a technology junkie and always carries his phone in his pocket wherever he goes) and his response to my angry texting was:
You're too intense, I LEFT MY PHONE IN MY ROOM! I don't want to be in a toxic relationship with name calling and rage, this is over.
I apologized telling him that I was very upset that he never initiated to meet me, that I was very frustrated at him this is why I angry texted him, but I told him I was very sorry and that I will never do this again. He still didn't apologize for hurting me nor accepted my apology.
Did I overreact? Or is he selfish?
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Perhaps you may have overreacted, just a bit there. He is not in a relationship with you, therefore, he is not obligated to make plans with you or spend time with you. Consider, also, the fact that guys pursue girls at their own individual, comfortable pace. Some guys prefer to move at slower paces, for example, seeing a woman two or three weekends in month in the initial stages of dating, while others may prefer faster paces.
Regardless of his reasons for not initiating a date with you, his excuse for not replying to your call draws skepticism. In my experiences, referring to my male friends and relatives, guys often attach their phones to their hips, or pockets if you will, after meeting and dating a woman whom they have above average or high interest in. Of course, their are exceptions, but, in general, guys, like girls, make themselves accessible to someone they want to speak with.
In any case, if he is unwilling to forgive you, it would be wise to move on. You made a mistake, you apologized, and now there nothing more to do but learn from your mistake.