Most Helpful Guys
Put the phone down and talk to him face to face. I hate phones. Everyone thinks they connect us, but they filter our eye contact with shitty pictures, and hide our body language. If he seems aloof and bad at communicating in person, then it's not his texts. Otherwise, he could be a more "in-person" kind of guy. I speak from experience.
he doesn't know how to keep a conversation basically
there are so many tops i could talk about with a new girl im interrested in that i met not long time ago
they do not engage in conversation=they cannot ask you another question from your previous answear
secondly they forget everything u both talk about = lets say u told him u going to the dentist at 4 pm , if he doesn't remember that he basically did not listen to you at all / he doesn't ask you about the dentist or he asks what uve been doing at 4 pm?
that basically says he doesn't give a F about u probably
and probably last thing he doesn't know many conversation starters that can lead to a conversation for 3,4 hours
he is not interrested in your personal information / ask personal questions , thats the next one
i can go on and on but u get my point :)
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Most Helpful Girls
If he only responds to what you've said, or just responds with one or two words, that's a sign of disinterest , not a bad texter.
Most people who dislike texting, are usually upfront about it. No matter how much a person dislikes texting , you'll know how interested they are by the effort they make when they message you
Usually by knowing their personality. Some people just dont like texting or perhaps they are just a quiet person in general. Basically you just gotta know the person you are talking to and sometimes it may actually be disinterest even in a relationship cause they are tired or something 🤷♀️
My boyfriend doesn't text often, I usually text first and the conversation usually goes from "wyd" to "night, I love you" in little time. I more consider it an honor when he text me cause he doesn't text people often (have had multiple people inform me of this).
I've learned it's the real conversations that you have in person that actually matter