Dating three guys
I’m supposed to let guys “chase me,” which hasn’t really made any difference in how guys treat me but I’m determined to try this approach a bit longer.In any case, when he didn’t even send a simple text the entire week, I took that as a sign that he had changed his mind or met someone else.The following Saturday night around 7 pm I finally heard from him.He texted about his move and eventually got around to seeing if I was free.I went ahead and sent a brief follow up message that Friday. We arranged a date the following week due to conflicting schedules. He did not answer me and I have never heard another word from him. I very rarely cancel dates, but I had to reschedule. I get blown off and canceled on and ignored and asked out at the last minute possible all. I think we even sent a couple of follow-up texts the next day. What happened with these three guys feels like the perfect example of this lesson.
The "three day rule" is a rule to prevent a man from appearing desperate or needy after attaining a girl's phone number that he (just) met.He also shared that he was wiped out from the move and relieved to postpone meeting me until he wasn’t so tired.We casually batted around seeing each other when his schedule settled down.These are perfectly decent looking guys in their 40’s with no obvious deal-breakers, but mostly? So, yes, I reached out first to each of these guys. He had several good things going for him and a couple of things that I wasn’t into. We spoke on the phone (at his request) and got along fine. I was definitely interested in meeting him to see if we had any chemistry in person.I will add that all three of them proceeded to ask me out. At the end of the phone call, he asked what I was doing the following Saturday evening.
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This way you slowly but surely integrate yourself into the girl's life, and by ENDING THE CALLS YOURSELF instead of waiting for conversation to dry out, you eliminate any signs of desperation. You don't have to ask her on a date on your first call, you know!