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I responded by saying I accepted his apology but reminded him that although my days were not as long as his, they were just as busy if not busier.
I also asked or suggested that we talk about it later that night.
Last weekend we spent together, he gave me a single red rose and it was wonderful, just getting to know each other on a different level.
We both decided that we were not going to have sex until we are absolutely sure.
I have not heard anything from him since then, it has been five days.
What do I do, do I wait until he contacts me or should I call or send an email letting him know that I was concerned about how he was doing?
I just started going out with a guy whom I’ve known for 5 years.
For 2 days I did my usual and did not hear anything.But what he represents is a lesson to learn forever. First is that while we love the idea of being 100% fully authentic and self-expressed, sometimes this behavior scares the crap out of the new person you’re dating. The bigger lesson I get from your story is one I was actually discussing with a client yesterday on the phone.I was a bit frustrated after a bad day at work and I sent him several text messages about how I felt concerning his lack of communication.The next morning I received a text that stated “morning, I apologize for the lack of communication but after a long day at work, the last thing I needed was your frustration”.
I once wrote an important post about how text messaging is the devil, and your email only underscores it.Except, in this instance, text messaging wasn’t really the problem. Now, to be crystal clear, your guy was probably never going to be your future husband, so it’s not like you’ve lost someone too important.