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As the fear of losing him as opposed to the joy of having him around. If you cruise down the highway thinking “I really don’t want to crash”, what’s going to happen? And if you think “I really don’t want to come off as needy and drive him away”, you are probably going to come off as needy and drive him away. So instead of thinking “I don’t want to lose him” (which is the root of why you want to call him, needily, and also why you don’t want to call him, so you don’t seem needy, which is still neediness), think, “Gosh, I really like my man and I’d like to speak to him and convey to him how great he is and how much I appreciate him and love talking to him!
” In fact, I find it interesting that you should be worried that your calling him is a burden ever happen?
I also followed your Tao of Dating principles, which was beyond enlightening for me, as it turned the tables and made me responsible for doing my own housework and trying to be the goddess and I still think ‘What would a goddess do?
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.
Anyway your help would be greatly appreciated :)) Goodness gracious, Jill!
You’re lucky I’m not a lawyer, ’cause then I would have had to charge you 2.83 just for reading this. ‘MAM’, perhaps — it stands for ‘musing and mulling’.Guys actually like having a chance to cheer you up — it makes us feel useful.