(But if you REALLY do not want to read it... you can just answer the main question. I would recommend that you read it though)
We have been talking for roughly 1 month now (If you also include the messages on tinder), and went out twice (including meeting him the first time)
Within that 1 month, we have texted each other pretty much, every single day, up until this last Sunday.
The guy (22) has always expressed how much he likes me (20), how I have a great personality, how I am attractive, how he sees a "future" with me (At first I was alittle freaked out that he said the "future" part considering that I had only known him for such a short time... but I'm over it; Anyways moving on with the story)
Anways, I noticed that last sundays, and a couple days before that (so Christmas day, Saturday, Sunday) that the number of our texts between us were very short. At first I assumed that it was b/c he was going to be spending Christmas alone, since his family is far away. The last text he sent was Sunday, and that Sunday I was the one asking if he wanted to do anything/hang out later this week, and he said sure.
Now I know what you guys are saying, why dont you initiate the texts? I have actually, a few times in the past, and he has always responded, and it has never really been that big of a deal.
So Monday has passed, Tuesday has past, and now it's Wednesday. For some reason, I assumed I would have gotten a good morning text, but didn't.
I guess what I'm asking is.. should I really be worried about this? I'm trying to give him a bit of space, since we have been talking almost everyday previously. Question is, how much space does a guy need before he decides to text his girl?
Just to add: The guy is 22, he has already graduated, so he lives on his own, away from family, and is working right now plus continuing his education