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I firmly believe that if he keeps doing this, then you have every right to lay down some rules and express that this isn’t the kind of behaviour you’re going to accept.
One way to do this is by being firm but expressing it in a positive way, eg.
We have both experienced a guy’s chiding for not actively pursuing them.
I’m talking about the first few weeks of getting to know each other, not an established relationship.
I agree with you and recently have made every effort to apply this to my life.
Recently, (applying more of your lessons) I “opened up” to a guy on Match that I might not have in the past.
I am very glad I invested in it and I look forward to applying what I have learned going forward.
However, if a guy keeps disappearing and then reappearing, it’s time to think about whether you really want this guy in your life.
Some women think that this is taking control, but in fact you’re losing control of the situation.
With every text you start to feel more vulnerable, more needy, more stressed and like you’ve given away a bit of yourself. Men are born hunters and by coming to him, you take away the chase.
By not reacting and mirroring his actions, you are showing your strength and he will have more respect for you.
It’s a little bit like how you would train a dog or a child (sorry guys! They do something you don’t like, you don’t give them attention.