Am I wrong to feel this way? Why didn't he phone? What should I do?
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no one should have to be in contact with someone else every single day. Even if its just one message, it's contact. Sometimes people need to have a day to themselves and some "me time." Even sending just one message to someone can create a sense of contact and interrupts the personal space.
I personally would like spending a lot of time around my love interest, but even I would start to feel a bit overwhelmed if I thought I had to message her every single day to keep her from feeling upset. I shouldn't have to feel guilty for hurting her just because I wanted one day all to myself.
For example, if had been messaging a girl every single day for over a week, and then finally got to see her in person the next week, I wouldn't feel like there had been much separation between us and I wouldn't be as excited or relieved to finally see her. If, however, there had been some true separation between us every now and then, by the time I finally saw her I would be much more eager and focused on her.
Obviously this is just me. Your boyfriend might not feel like this at all... but I imagine after 9 months he would likely want to spend a day every now and then focusing completely on the other people in his life or just on himself. Even feeling obligated to send you just one message could make it feel like a portion of his day had yet again been dedicated to you. Furthermore, after choosing not to contact you and have some time to himself, to later find a bunch of missed calls and a message might give him the impression that you were clingy.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE