There are dozens of reasons why he didn’t call you back, text you back, Facebook, Twitter, or email. Calling you back is different than desperately sweating you at a bar like a horny swamp donkey. We’re pretty binary when it comes to this stuff; it’s either game on or game off.
But there’s only one reason why he does call you back: because he wants you. Now, it could be he just wants to park it inside you.
It's obvious that you're an important part of his life, or otherwise he'd be out with his drinking buddies instead of holding you in his arms every night. First of all, don't get overemotional about it yet. He likes the friends-with-benefits arrangement and regular sleepovers. If he says you mean the world to him but still doesn't assign a label to your relationship, believe him at his word.
You might wonder if you should give him the big ultimatum about your relationship status, let it slide, or have a conversation about mutual respect and expectations in a relationship. Before you go having the relationship talk and cause an explosion or breakup prematurely, look at these signs to determine where you fit on his relationship totem pole. He might not be ready to change his Facebook relationship status or go ring shopping, but you might be on the track to falling in love.
Odds are if we haven’t called you back, it’s not because we think you’re a loony bird fatty who smells like olives and is crazy.
Women are so fatalistic when it comes to interpreting male actions or inactions.
The simplest, most reasonable answer is the right one.
A dude not calling you back will snowball into ridiculousness.
A man also is usually the first to say "I love you" to a woman. If he cares about you, he'll know there's something wrong and will want to fix it.There are many reasons why he's afraid to attach the label of girlfriend. Read: Are We Dating or Just Hanging Out Know that if a man wants you to be his girlfriend and doesn't want anyone else dating you or sleeping with you, he'll do whatever it takes to make sure you're his girlfriend and will be happy and proud to let the world know. My suggestion is, after a reasonable amount of time together, have a calm conversation with your guy.Still, dating labels for relationships mean more to a woman than they do to a man. He's not sure about your feelings for him and doesn't want to jump the gun. Acknowledge both your feelings about the label and his.It can be awkward when the guy you're dating goes to introduce you to friends or business associates and doesn't know whether to call you're his girlfriend or not. Chances are, he won't even realize there's anything wrong with your relationship. I’ve observed many of you in the wild; bitching and moaning begats more bitching and moaning. But I wouldn’t feel gross if I “accidentally” walked in on you while you showered. Chances are the reason he hasn’t called you back is because he doesn’t want to talk to you. Maybe he’s fighting pirates, composing an opera, shampooing orphaned kittens. Don’t instant message your bestie to bitch and moan. We’ve been on two dates.” This is when you should remember all those times we didn’t call you back.In dating, you’re either playing a mind game or taking brave, slightly drunk leaps of faith. Personally, if I wanted to date a mind game, I’d curl up nekkid with a Sudoku book. He’s probably busy, flustered, thinking about you, juggling life. If he’s not that into you, you probably knew it before he had a chance to not call you back. I thought I'd do a post-mortem on the boys I went out with the week before my trip. (I know, way easier said than done.)Here are some other things I do (or don't do): Don't interfere. "When it comes to men that are romantically interested in you, it's really simple: just ignore everything they say, and only pay attention to what they do."__Don't analyze.__You will never know why he stopped calling, but the point is that .Well, not a post-mortem because two of the guys are still alive and on the table. Remember James, the one who took me to dinner and a concert in Brooklyn? Some girls like to follow up, but I find I get my answer a lot quicker if I observe his (non-) behavior. Don't push or prod—even if you're just being casual and friendly or writing a breezy one-liner on his Facebook wall. But if you sit back and watch, he'll reveal how he truly feels. If he's the guy who will be taking you to meet his parents in three months, he will call the next day or very soon after.