My ex and I have been broken up for awhile now and we have maintained a pretty good friendship. We talk often, but it's usually over text. I recently noticed a pattern. Whenever I tell him to call me he won't. It's like he avoids it like I'm not even sayi
My ex and I have been broken up for awhile now and we have maintained a pretty good friendship. We talk often, but it's usually over text. I recently noticed a pattern. Whenever I tell him to call me he won't. It's like he avoids it like I'm not even saying it at all. Most times I would brush it off. Figure maybe he's dating someone and doesn't want it to be an issue or he's busy but he won't even say what it is. He knows I'm a very easy person to explain almost anything to. Tonight I asked why does he avoid calling and he just stopped texting. I'd understand if the conversation would be about the relationship or I nagged him about something, but most times it's because we're having a good convo or text and my circumstances are about to change so it would be more feasible for me to speak. Idk what else to do about it at this point. Maybe he doesn't like talking to me or hates my voice lol. But he will text all day so I'm butter out of luck. What do you guys think
It's a mixture of laziness, complacency, and doing things on his 'terms' only.
I'm a Bull, I should know.
Don't provide him with a pillow to lean on. He's not going to give you an answer, because there are no penalties involved with 'non responses.' Either way, you will continue to text.
The worst thing you could do with a Bull? Is allowing us to get comfortable with a routine. A volcano will erupt before he comes out of this pattern.
If he sends a text, Don't respond. You're not obligated to. Your response is a courtesy. Not an obligation. The both of you are no longer committed.
Be sure to tell him this.
This is exactly what I need to do and for some odd reason it feels like the most difficult thing to do. I value my old relationships because they have always started off as deep friendships first. It's always easy to say "just forget them". I wouldn't just forget my best female friend. I tried to communicate how he does things on his terms and he went on a tangent about something totally unrelated. I'm not sure if I should care enough to correct him or just accept that this is who he will always be. Almost every Taurus I've ever dated has been like this. I could tell them something that they're doing that I don't like and they will not change. It took my other ex years to understand what I was saying. I just left the other Taurus over 7 years ago and now he realizes what he did back then 🙄 I'm so drained and I feel like I'm going to have to cut him off cold turkey. His stubborn ass won't even care
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Makes him feel "loved "?
Well it makes me feel like a psychopath and pathetic.
Is this typical of Taurus men? Do you not care if a woman wants to be with you 24/7 and do everything for You?
I'm trying to battle this head on and he knows it, but to an exte
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