I always make the effort of telling people, especially when i meet them. January 16, 2015 140 Author In this day and age not responding to a message is like ingoring someone in person. I sent a message that I understand not answering right away but treating me the way she did, was not ok. There is so much misinformation out there you need to forget as to why he is or isn't texting back. Why is he talking to someone he went out with before anyways? Then, you have to do a complete reset of your phone. Anyway as she goes to check she tells me that she doesn't have the texts anymore now she and I have iPhones so this isn't a glitch or running out of memory.
I delete all the time - on my old phone frankly there wouldn't be enough memory to keep texts. You aren't saying anything interesting. Some times the text does not actually need to be responded to, but in general I think if a person does not respond, the sub-text is, you are not important. I grew up in a really strict household where family and quality time were the most important things. It's weird- almost like hiding behind a cell phone because I doubt they'd be that way in person. What it means: Doth protest too much.
Then, I respond and hear nothing for a couple days or so. If they come back let them know that their previous behaviour is not acceptable. The silence, in the most unhappy and unstable hands can be extremely humiliating and condescending. It is one of the main ways that people communicate these days. After a nice chill sesh, they always text you to compliment you and say they'd love to get together, but they never follow through.
June 28, 2017 93 Author GuitarMatt73 — You got it! Call me old fashioned, but texting someone all day when you can't even focus on what you're saying doesn't sound like any fun at all. Hi Pete, Thank you for your reply, He suggested that I visit him during my travel and even find a job near by giving places to look for and even website where I could actually apply to move there. July 12, 2016 34 Author to be fair, I would rather someone call me than text me. What I get upset at is a lack of honesty. Then wake up and realise this — he is not giving you importance as much as you gave him- just ignore him…. It is quick and convenient so we take advantage of that fact. Log Files Like most standard Web site servers, we use log files.
And what is sad, is that while we are all busy going about our daily tasks while someone is hurt, just because no one has acknowledge their message. They do not care about you anymore enough to even txt you. June 30, 2016 241 Author I have a girl friend who we went to junior and senior together. In today society there is no need to have to go back 50 messages ago. It just gets awkward so the only thing I do is ignore it. I was always there for him and supported him even when I had feelings for him and he even suggested that I visit him during my travels.
Whether it is an affair or buying a lot of stuff on a secret shopping trip, that's to be determined. He has not been actively online either. I think it disconnects people more then connects us. I wonder if she's deleting them because there is something incriminating in them. As crazy as it sounds, we've all been there.
I completely understand how frustrating it is sitting by your phone, as your heart skips a beat every time you hear a sound go off. We would have a text week and have so many laughs. But in my personal experience, those little alarm bells you hear ringing in your head are usually quite accurate. Plus somebody doesnt have a life if u text that much. I feel most people now have things in reverse, they will be responsive and completely engrossed with strangers, many are very casual about giving out their number and wasting hours texting. Why wait so long that it makes it even worse or harder on both of you. I still make it a priority to respond to text, messages, phone calls and e-mails in a timely manner.
I have a friend who does that. I like to socialize with ppl that i see face to face, if you miss me you know where to find me. I think to an extent, we do have a right to take it a little personally, just because it has become a form of communication, and it deserves the same respect. I consider communication one of the basic foundations for any type of relationship, whether that be work related, family, friends, etc. But if they can't hold down a legit conversation without getting sexual, they're probs running those lines on every girl in hopes that it'll result in a hookup. Now, as an adult, the rules haven't changed and I actually like that.