Basically, did everything wrong in this relationship.
We texted constantly and snapchatted the first week we dated. Left us w/ nothing to talk about at the date!
We acted all bf/gf... I spend the night on the 3rd date w/o sex.
I mentioned commitment WAY too soon.
He's stopped texting me... but the last text he sent I didn't reply to. It's only been 2 days.
Is there any way to relinquish this? Just to casually date? I definitely didn't mean to make it seem so serious so soon! We spent the first 5/10 days together.
We eventually ran out of things to talk about, but I think that if we slowed down it'd work...
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I would say that mentioning the word commitment would be to early but it should be enough to drive the guy or man, (there's a maturity level to be assessed). I personally don't like texting and don't snapchat at all I guess it could "be cool" but I'm not looking to be cool I am who I am and that's what should be interesting for the date. I prefer calling or better yet talking face to face. Words don't get twisted, things are "in the moment" there's no 2nd guessing on meanings, and I don't know about every other guy but I don't think I could ever run out of things to talk about. Plus don't take every moment of silence as a bad thing, sometimes meaningful conversations need that small silence to let the emotions settle before letting the conversation take rise again. If you haven't already guessed there's a pattern/chemistry that needs to be naturally or created that will entice that sexual tension. Plus I don't give out my number too often I'd much rather get the girl's number and then call her. If and when do give out my number I usually give it 2 days and if there's no contact then it's whatever no need in losing sleep over it. Now going back to your case it's been 2 days and no contact not even so much as a hello then I think it's lost cause. But if you haven't try just by saying something short and flirty, if he does not respond forget it.0
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