Important skills that include reading and sending nonverbal cues and talking to another person.If you have the time and patience to wait for him to learn, then keep at it and keep telling him what you want.If a guy is finding you to be coming on too strong, it's likely that it's due to him not actually being that interested (and it doesn't sound like that's the case).Many people are 10 years behind in developing their social skills.We don't have trouble talking when we're together, but the contact between dates still feels awkward. Im not some needy chick who requires constant contact, but I want to make more of an effort to talk to him regularly. What do you consider too much communication versus a girl seeming disconnected or disinterested? Find someone who matches you, do what you want and don't compromise it. If I really like the girl, I don't think you can have too much communication.
(He responded that he felt the same way.) Then I said, I know youre pretty busy, but Id really like to see more of you, especially on weekends.
I tried yesterday, but our conversation fell flat pretty quickly.
(Id left some stuff - hairbrush and makeup - at his place, and wanted to let him know.) It was Monday, so I figured he was busy at work, and left him alone after a few back-and-forth messages.
Dating is to find a compatible person for you, not to turn yourself in to another person. If I meet a girl, I text her a lot and expect the same in return. If I don't really like the person, or vice versa, it's very easy to come off as too much communication.
I like to text a LOT, when I first started really dating I used to get caught up in things like "not appearing too desperate" "make her work a little bit" those kind of things. You just feel out the communication and see where you fall in at.