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Just know that he isn't ready and GTFO now, because where there's smoke, there is a wildfire ablazing.8.He makes a loose plan to hang out but never follows up.
Yet he continues to text you when he's lonely or things aren't going great for him. Instead, they compartmentalize their feelings, while you deal with yours and cry all the tears and ultimately end up feeling OK in a few months. He texts you just when you've got your shit together, saying, "I miss you." Two things are going on here: (1) He either does really miss you, in which case his actions will speak as loud, if not louder, than his words. Well, loose lips sink (relation)ships, and empty words that can't be backed up makes girls nuts. Because if a guy can't look at you in the face or at least call you to tell you what's up, he is a coward and probably doesn't even know why he can't be with someone as amazing as you are. That said, if you're 10 tissues in RN, hindsight's 20/20. Which begs the question, "Sooooooooo, are we meeting or not?" But if you ask that, he might think you're too thirsty, so you have to choose: "Do I make other plans because he needs to learn that I'm not going to wait around for him?If you do get a response, even if he says, "Hello," it doesn't mean you're ever meeting unless an actual plan is made and followed through on. He paid for the first date but hasn't offered to pay for anything since.Again, I know that we're in a different place in time, but if a guy is trying to win a girl over, he needs to put in a little effort.Instead, they do just enough to keep you on the hook but not enough to make anything official.
Cue your friends pointing out this very thing and you secretly hating them because you know they're right.
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However, if you tell the girl you're seeing that you're going to be somewhere at a specific time, you've just set a plan that she is you to live up to. He's seeing you, yet he's flirty with people when you guys go out.
Not to the point where you're doing a dance in front of his eyes to get his attention, but just enough that you're asking yourself, "Is he full-on flirting with that girl or does he just have a friendly personality? Well, bro, this counts as something that would hurt your girl.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but this tends to go on until 12. When he does finally waltz into the decided meeting spot, you call him out and say, "Hey, you're an hour late, what happened?