Wednesday, August 3, 2016

The "Good Morning" Text~ Are You Waiting For Yours?

The last time I frequently received a "Good Morning" text from a man was when I was going to clubs on a regular basis.

I was bored. The only other constant activity going on with my schedule was going to work to get the bills paid. I felt old enough not to be under my parents roof anymore, so the consequence was paying for everything on my own. So every couple of weeks I would dress up and go to some club. Sometimes while out enjoying good music I would meet a man that was interested in me. Initially I would think that after asking for my number he would forget about me because most men out partying are drunk. However, it never failed. The next day I would wake up to a "Good Morning" text. After replying we would have a conversation involving getting to know each other a little more. I would continue to wake up to the texts until the particular guy moved on.
via We Heart It

That's always what happens with men that I meet in the club. They do these texts and phone calls where they seem like they are trying to get to know me. They are genuine "good morning" and even "good night" messages sometimes. Then they soon fade away like there was never any connection.

Actually it's not just men in the clubs. Have you ever met a man at the grocery store, while out walking, or even while getting food from a restaurant? They all tend to have the same pattern in the beginning. They start off with these sweet morning messages to you. Well, some of them do. They will text you throughout the day. They'll call you just to hear your voice before you fall asleep.

However, as time goes on you barely hear from them. You check your text messages. You send them texts back. Sometimes you receive an immediate reply and sometimes it takes them days to get back to you. That is not an exaggeration. You check your call log. You call them and they may or may not answer the phone. You check social media and they've been updating a lot. But every man that does this claims he's still interested in you as time goes on. He just uses the excuse that he has a busy schedule.

I'll admit that I'm selfish and when a man is not calling or texting me regularly, the first thing I imagine is he must be entertaining some other woman. I imagine he was never serious in the first place with every sweet word that he said, so I give up on him. Well, before I totally give up on him, I start sending the texts and making the phone calls to just see how he responds and to keep up the routine. After all I'm a woman who needs continual affection, whether it's affection through touch or some quick words.

So my questions to you is are you waiting for you text saying, "Good Morning?" When dating, is it important to hear from the man you're getting to frequently? As time goes on, do you care how much the two of you are speaking?

Maybe I'm wrong, but if I'm dating to get married it seems important to keep the communication going.

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