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sherms5751ParticipantFebruary 23, 2020 at 4:52 pm #230328
My boyfriend and I have only been together for a few weeks but he has not texted me in 5 days. We just went out on Valentine’s Day and then he said he loved me. We have known each other for a while before we started going out. We texted for a few days after Valentine’s day but it felt like I was dragging him along in the conversation and it also felt dry and like he did not really want to talk to me. I started the last conversation and now it has been 5 days, what should I do?
dashingscorpioParticipantFebruary 24, 2020 at 4:13 pm #230376
“My boyfriend and I have only been together for a few weeks but he has not texted me in 5 days.”
Not many people these days are calling each other boyfriend/girlfriend after dating a (few) weeks.
The primary purpose of a phone is to (verbally talk) to someone!
If you’re a “couple” you shouldn’t have to wait by the phone to see if a guy texts you.
Call him up and ask what’s going on.
“after Valentine’s day.. it felt like I was dragging him along in the conversation
..and it also felt dry and like he did not really want to talk to me.” – Red Flag
You know in your heart of hearts this guy is NOT “in love” with YOU!
The first (few weeks) of dating is still the “infatuation/honeymoon” phase of a new relationship.
Couples talk and laugh for hours, engage in flirtatious banter, and can’t wait to see each other.
Neither person wants to do/say anything which might “blow it” with the object of their affection.
“Never love anyone who treats you like you’re ordinary.” – Oscar Wilde
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