When first dating how often to call
Or if my attempt to fix this will be seen as an overreaction, because she was busy doing other things with her life, and simply couldn't respond at the time. I just think its been so long since I've dated that I don't know what the hell is expected of me, whether I should show overt interest, or treat it like a casual thing. The results are telling me I've screwed the pooch. Answer me this: would a woman have any reason to kiss a man on their second date, if she wasn't interested?She initiated it--I didn't force her into doing something she would have rather not done.I expect at least one text a day just to say what's up, or maybe send me a funny photo, constant texting can be annoying, however when you first meet someone you really like it kind of happens! I'd like a conversation at least a few times a week...whether through calling, texting, FB chat, whatever. :/He claims his phone dies a lot, and it's a predecessor of the smartphone so I'm inclined to believe him but it gets really lonely during the week when I hear absolutely nothing from him.As in like you've been on two dates, and you're both interested in each other, and want something to develop. He also tried to get me to talk about my interests so he knew what sorts of dates we could plan together. I totally understand if he leans more towards one method of communication rather than the other, like an calling-to-texting ratio, but I would have a problem if he much, or they might thing you're needy, but you don't want to text/call too little, or they'll assume you're not interested.I think everybody goes through variants of this in the beginning of a relationship.I mean, before my current boyfriend and I moved in together, we'd call/text each other every day.How enthusiastic he is and how much we joke around and have conversations about everything from the state of the nation to what type of tea tastes best is what I love about him.
, Ok I can take a hint, Oh sorry I didn't mean that, etc etc etc.
If someone I'm dating doesn't try and contact me in some form, regularly, we aren't going to be dating very long.
Regularly would probably be daily, most of the time, once we're actually in a relationship.
Of course there's always being too clingy, but if the woman is responding well and enjoying the contact, proceed.
What bad things inattentiveness shows: I think it's more personal than some universal rule.