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Dating and hes disappeared
He seems like an overall fantastic guy and you’d gladly jump into bed with him. You remember those great times with him, and you think of the potential… You jump to meet him at the last moment when he tells you he wants to see you. Here is the definition of pinging (which I happen to know from my years in the technology field): Interpretation: a signal sent to see if the other object is receiving and test how long it takes to respond to a request for connection. Then, when they are ready, they send their request. Sometimes it’s simply the ego boost of hearing your desperation in wanting to see him again.
Whether you’re 20 or 50, you probably have had a pinger in your life. Here’s how this goes: You meet him and spend a few terrific nights or weeks with him. Your man man keeps disappearing, but then gets in touch.
Well, sister, there’s a good chance you’re being “Pinged” and I’m going to tell you why he’s doing it, and what to do about it. On and on it goes; for a few weeks or a even a few years.
He may have far more things going on in his personal life that he hasn’t told you about. After a certain point in dating, a guy’s disappearing act is very rude, especially if you’ve been intimate with him. Even if you don’t believe in the old line, “What’s meant to be, will be,” you need to know that there will be other guys who will come into your life. With all of your past dating experiences under your belt, you will be able to bring more to the table for future relationships.
So, if you want a relationship, and a guy you’re dating says he’s too busy, be grateful that it’s over. Lots of guys function on a blueprint for their lives. Yet, he made the choice to walk away from an amazing woman. Another guy may pull a Houdini on you, but sometimes that’s a part of dating. Try to stay away from the view that it is a failure when guys disappear.
Just checking in to make sure you didn't get trapped under a pile of wood while building your shed ;)," thinking maybe he had a migraine, or was depressed and might want to talk about it (as he has done before).
I figured something was wrong but didn't press him.
I try to give him space, and was really excited when he invited me over to his house to watch a movie. After all, we'd had sex like 10 minutes earlier, and after we did, he took me out back to show me the his pride and joy – a shed he's building. ) I texted him a funny reference to the movie we watched the previous night, and got no response.
A lot of our texting had become pretty sexual at this point, so I was pretty sure that would happen when I came over. So around that night, maybe 12 hours after I last saw him, I texted to say "I've noticed you haven't been responding like you usually do, is everything OK?
But if you must, just ask him what you need to know. If that happens, you have to decide whether you want to pursue a relationship with someone who isn't consistent with his attention. The lesson here is that at three weeks, anything can happen.
You're just getting to know this guy, and even though it's difficult, you have to manage your expectations, no matter how many cute texts come your way. Just because a man who shows you his shed, it doesn't mean that he's invested in the relationship.