All became clear when I asked about how often they communicated and there had only been two phonecalls in six months. That wasn’t a ‘relationship’ – it was like being a sexual pen pal.
When it all boiled down to it, most of the lazy communication via text and email served 4 purposes: From the perspective of the ‘offender’, it’s obvious that this isn’t a relationship because they, for example in this case, have only called twice in six months and in their eyes, it’s a casual arrangement where they get a shag, an ego stroke, and a shoulder to lean on.
And what can be more flattering than conveying, electronically, the idea that you DON’T want to talk to the woman you’re courting?
He will know when you aren't being real, and no good man wants to be with a faker. When you're in a conversation, sometimes less is more.
If there's a silence over cocktails, you don't have to always fill up the space with a monologue. When it comes to shiny earrings and listening, bigger is always better.
Over the last several months, I have dated 3 men (not simultaneously) that I met on
They all seem to have one thing in common: after 2-4 dates, they like to touch base with me during the week by sending me text messages to my cell phone!