Keeping a GUY INTERESTED without being ANNOYING?
Okay so there's this guy lol. I like him a lot! But simply, I want to keep him interested but I'm trying not to call him too much to the point he... Show More
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All men like when women are themselves, we can't understand who you are as an individual if you worry about treating us like we are fragile. Every individual in this world knows that things don't go his way - it's when things are bad that we need to comprimise together and find a solution while understanding each other's needs. (Meaning stop worrying about calling him too often etc)
The "flirty" stuff you are referring to is a little bland, try to mix it up just enough to where you feel comfortable like: "Hey, I hope your day was great- I'm missing my -hisname- hug!" |OR| "We need to hang out again" then text him sorry because you meant "want" -not "need"-
Ideas for something "else" besides texting:
- Getting coffee
- Walking throughout your town
- Go to the movies
- Go to an amusement park
Conversate in person:
- "Hey I'm in the neighborhood and want to stop by, are you free?"
- "Hey, how much does it cost a woman to come over and talk? ;-)"
**Then start a conversation about anything and say something cute like "It was actually an excuse to come see you"**
Just be yourself, we don't need anything more than that - if some guy doesn't like that, you two wouldn't be compatible. It's better to know upfront than to fall for the other individual and get hurt because it didn't work out, ya know?
What Guys Said 4
If it were me, I'd be more intrigued if all of a sudden you disappeared of the face of the earth. It's better to remain an elusive phantom than be 'just some girl'.
He'll eventually reach a point where he's written you off as a constant, which is to say, he won't move farther with you but you'll always be there in case he wants to. And, assuming what you want to do is maintain the current level of relationship, that's the point towards which you are heading. Either step it up and build into a more concrete relationship or be ready to be the standby.
ArtistBboy nailed it:
Plan dates. Take some initiative. Show him that you _do_ interesting activities. Show him that you're not all talk (generally, guys are _doers_ rather than _talkers_).
Show him that your _behavior_ proves that you're invested in the relationship. Sitting around all day and talking about "the relationship" doesn't do a bit of good. Going hiking every weekend, taking him to a new museum exhibit, and so on ... those things are what strengthen a relationship.
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