Girlfriend is not responding to texts or calls
I am writing an article on what to do (for men) if his girlfriend takes a long time to respond to respond to texts or calls, or if she does not respond at all.
Remember, during their first days after falling in love, texts and calls were always daily. But, now it seems it takes longer that it used to be. Should a man ignore her or ask her why she isn't responding or takes a long time to do so? How should a man go about it and why is it later during the relationship the lady seems to be delaying answering the calls or replying to texts. More so, it takes her a century to send a text or call.
Yeah man if I were you I'd start looking for another girl. Because she's not into you anymore. Especially if there are times where she's not responding to you at all. Unless of course there's a really good reason.
I wouldn't lump all women into that description. My husband and I talked to each other every day during our lunch breaks and always called or somehow let the other person know if their schedule had changed. We cared about each other, respected each other, enjoyed each other's company, and used each other to talk out our problems from work.
If your girlfriend is treating you poorly during the 'courtship' then don't expect a marriage to be any different. There's also the possibility that you're over texting and calling. If she is in school or has a job that frowns on personal business being conducted during business hours than your texts and calls could be putting her in an awkward position. The first thing you need to do is make sure that if you're contacting her during her work/school hours, it's close to an emergency. If you're talking about her ignoring you during your private time then I'd just ask her. If she's tired of the relationship you need to know and move on. If she's ambiguous about the relationship you need to know and move on. If she thinks this is okay behavior because you're already her boyfriend you need to tell her it isn't and if she doesn't change, then move on. Understand that the person you spend the first few weeks of a relationship with isn't the real person. If those first sparkling days are over and this is the real person, then you might need to accept that you can't change people and move on.
This isn't a gender issue per se.
Unfortunately a lot of people "cool off" after the "infatuation phase" of a new relationship. In fact many folks believe this is "normal".
Either way it's after you have gone through the "infatuation phase" of relationship that you reveal your "authentic selves".
It's almost a cliché to hear someone say:
"She/he is not the same person I fell in love with."
The goal for most people is to find someone who will (naturally) love them (the way they want to be loved). When our mate doesn't say/do the things (we) believe are an indication of love we (feel) unloved.
The mistake a lot of folks make is investing time and emotion trying to get someone to "change" into the kind of person they want instead of looking for someone who (already is) the type of person they want.
People don't "change" unless (they) are unhappy.
There are only two ways to experience joy and peace of mind in relationships: We either get what we want or we learn to be happy with what we have. Accept them (as is) or move on.
"Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary."
- Oscar Wilde
If someone ignores your calls and texts they clearly don't believe you're all that "special". She's not "into you".
Hi darshingscorpion. Your answer really did help me. I found out the truth. Now, am moving on with my life
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