but realize that “not accepting” behavior doesn’t mean fighting the other person. Showing the guy that you’re not going to wait around for him if he disappears demonstrates a lot of good things about you: you have your own life, you have options and your world doesn’t revolve around him.
Ok, I am confused…I thought guys were totally into the text versus actually talking on the phone.
This is why being accommodating to bad behavior is actually harmful to creating a bond with the guy in the beginning.
Any woman I’ve ever really cared for (and showed priority towards) didn’t settle for behavior that wasn’t what she wanted.
Nobody is forcing you to be in a relationship with this guy and if he’s not putting in the effort to communicate with you, you’re going to be far better off filling your time with other ways to be happy (versus what many women do…
which is to stress over the guy more and more, which makes the guy even more of a fixation point, invests her in him more emotionally, etc.) I would highly encourage you to read the comments and discussions from different women who have experienced their guy not texting back.