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Dating who should call
Dear readers — kindly keep it under 250 words, willya. Also, you are not allowed to put ‘lol’ in a letter unless you actually laugh out loud . As in, “I wonder if I’m overthinking this whole thing (MAM).” Because you musing and mulling.
I thought calling someone was an expression of love and connection, so aren’t you the one doing him a favor?
It’s like asking, “Am I giving him too many blowjobs? ” Well, as long as he’s enjoying them, there is no upper limit to how many blowjobs you’re allowed to give him.
Jill’s letter astutely observes another principle: there is a developmental arc to the frequency of contact and who’s initiating it. So here are some quick guidelines on getting your guy on the line: 1) Early on, let call you first.
In the early stages of courtship, you want to let yourself be pursued.
And I do call occasionally and it’s always a good conversation so maybe I’m blowing the whole thing out of proportion, but I feel like if he doesn’t call that maybe he’s not thinking about me, or that a boyfriend ‘should’ call more because he wants to, but I know not to get into ‘should’ thinking!! 1) Should I just call him more if I want to talk and not worry about it seeming aggressive or overbearing cuz I am his girlfriend anyway and not one that would call 5 times a day anyway, we’re talking once every couple days or 2) should I should just suck it up and continue to not call him that much, knowing guys need their space and their cave and try not to let past insecurities get in my way but just continue to be the goddess and enjoy what I do have with this great guy or 3) can I just talk to him about this without sounding needy?
Maybe it will be like other issues that I was afraid to bring up, but we had a good conversation from so I don’t know why I’m afraid other than I don’t want to do anything ungoddesslike and screw up this good relationship I finally have.As in, “We had a great first date — why hasn’t he called me yet (SMHWTMH)? That’s reserved for authentic guffaws and funny cat pictures.So, the brief answer to your burning question is that you’re overthinking it (surprise! I mean, your letter’s twists and turns and decisions and revisions that reverse themselves make a Six Flags roller coaster seem like a stroll down a grocery aisle.We have great communication, great attraction, share the same values, have fun together, etc. We see each other as much as possible, however with his child and my work schedule, it’s sometimes not as much as we would like.At any rate it is one of the best, if not the best, relationship, I have ever been in, however there is only one thing that bothers me and that I don’t know how to address it.’ when I’m in a situation that hurts or annoys me and this goddess-thinking prevents me from acting needy or overly emotional!Your advice has helped me tremendously in being able to finally a great guy!! We have been exclusive for four months and just recently went on a fabulous trip.I think it’s partially my fault, since following your advice, I got out and dated more than one guy at the beginning and did not call the guys but generally waited for them to call (new concept for me and it actually worked, thanks! Eventually he rose to the top and we started dating exclusively and I continued to let him initiate most of the calls but now I don’t know if he’s gotten ‘settled in’, but when I don’t see him, he doesn’t call that often.It’s not that I never hear from him, there is the occasional text, call etc., but for a boyfriend/girlfriend relationship, it’s less calling than I’m used to and although everyone is different with how much they call, I think even a goddess might get a little hurt/annoyed by this behavior lol.Guys actually like having a chance to cheer you up — it makes us feel useful.Unless you’re always calling us with a litany of pain and disaster, in which case we will soon develop a phobia to your calls and stop looking forward to hearing your voice.