Passive men dating
If you wanna learn the hard and fast way, I suggest ghosting him.if that's too hard, make yourself a little less available and put some space between your dates.when we do, he's very friendly but never sustains a text conversation. Let's say you guys get serious and have a real relationship together.Would you want to be the date/ event planner for the rest of your relationship? But from what I'm reading, he's just happy to go out with an eager, interested girl.He's not a big texter so I don't want to feel like I'm bothering him by setting up dates or texting in between, but at the same time if I don't I feel like nothing will happen.
However, if he's just a fuckboy playing the long game (while dating other women, mind you) until he gets you in bed, he'll make some excuse/fade you/ghost you straight after and then you wouldn't be wasting any more time on him and can focus on other guys. I could reach out to you or ask you out once, twice, but not thrice. But if not, then this op is exhibiting signs of being a total control freak. You do realize that we turn off the ringers on our phones for plausible deniability when we say we did not know you called or texted, right?If he doesn't bother about your reduced contact, you dodged a bullet. Good luck :)I agree with everything except for the ghosting...I think ghosting has become all too common in dating these days, and it's really a horrible thing to experience.the previous guy I dated was an excellent texter at first but was super passive about dates. He was receptive and seemed happy throughout both dates, but he never initiated or anything.
It made me annoyed and I flat out asked him if we were gonna go out anymore.The best dating advice I received was that everything seems way worse in your head than it actually is.