If you just came down with a serious case of something super-contagious, you should probably warn him to look out for symptoms. Thank you very much. If you do make an effort to talk to him, does this guy make that same effort towards you?
If you're thinking too much about the texting in your relationship, then it's probably not healthy. Or he might ignore you or he might tell you that he does not want to talk about it. Also, remember all the reasons to not text him.
There are only a few reasons why you would not text him. He invites me to meet everytime he is on restday, and vice versa. Usually, in this case, there is some flirting that goes on and you mutually decided to give your phone numbers to one another.
You feel like it. If we're in the middle of a conversation, and he has to go away from his phone for a bit, he'll let me know, so I'm not left waiting for him to respond. You want to text your guy. If you barely know the guy, then hold off on venting to him.
Penetrating through me…He was disappointed…Hurt…I think now he hates me…Idk should I text him or not? All you can do is try to have faith that he will get back to you. If he texted you first, then you certainly have the excuse of responding as your reason for texting him. A healthy way to communicate. But hold those thoughts until your head is clearer. Good to hear from you!
I just did this earlier this week. Texting your ex just for this reason might be pointless.
In fact, not initiating might make him doubt your interest in him. So if you're worrying about how often your date texts you before the actual event, well, mostly don't worry about that because this guy does not deserve your worry just yet.
Match his cadence. Be careful that you are not making up excuses out of nowhere so you can text him.