Phone etiquette dating
Another man who I had dated over four years ago had decided to make contact with me as well but I didn’t even entertain him with a response.This is what you have to know about being blown off. It is one of the few times where your pride is an asset.I have a repeated history of not being able to get men out of my life. I think we all know the universal signs of being blown off and I execute all of them very proficiently.When single men and women can’t get the signs through their heads they send the message they’re desperate.I dated a guy who would text me everyday and our conversations would last for hours.If you find responses not coming in a timely manner, say two hours which is ridiculously lax then it’s likely that your possible date is not interested.Let’s not assume they dropped their phone in a toilet or had to leave town and left their phone charging on the kitchen counter.Everything is running smoothly, the universe is in working order, you have already called twice, left one message and you have not heard a word back.
Months, sometimes years will pass and this man starts calling me again.It took me about a week to get a new phone and I no longer had his contact information. If he were to contact me again I would appreciate it but I can understand why the chance of that happening is slim to none. Generally in dating when you don’t hear from someone it’s on purpose. When it comes to general calling, if someone has given you their number and you are reaching out to them for the first time you are allowed two initial calls and a follow-up call but absolutely only one voicemail!When I call a guy for the first time, I make sure to leave a voicemail on the first call.I was dating a guy who was super sweet, right before I lost my cell phone.Communication had been a little dicey due to our incredibly busy schedules.