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This was the first time I wasn’t totally sure of that, because he insisted that he liked me and wanted to keep seeing me. He refused to improve his texting game and I refused to “chill out” about it.We eventually ended things pretty badly, fighting over text message (fitting) and eventually never speaking to one another again.Something I probably should have done sooner but hey, better late than never. But when I reached out to a male friend, he was of mind that this just might be too much to ask.One friend, a fellow straight woman, told me: "I don’t need constant text communication, but I think when you’re first dating texting every day is pretty standard." She then added, "I think the most important thing isn’t that they’re texting a specific number of times, it’s that you feel like they are interested in how you’re doing and want to talk to you and know about your day. Here’s what he said to me: “I expect to talk to them via text (if I don’t see them that day in person that is) almost daily, but with some purpose.
When we finally ended things I was left in a state of confusion. I decided to reach out to some friends and get their perspective.
It’s easy to say that maybe people who don’t text you regularly don’t have feelings for you the same way you do for them.
However, after getting some valuable input, it’d be wrong to say that’s the case every single time (thank goodness).
The clearest case of this happening to me happened around two months ago.
I started seeing someone and at first, we talked almost every single day.