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Had a date this weekend and guy texted after the date saying he had a good time and we should do it again sometime but hasn’t texted me since?? Was he just saying it to be polite or am I being impatient

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If you want to make it happen, suggest something. If you could take it or leave it, let it ride.

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Don’t over think it. If he wants to reach out, he will. If he doesn’t reach out, it doesn’t mean he was lying. Set other dates with new people and let whatever happens happens.

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Did you respond?

To be honest if I just got a “yeah we should!” with no follow-up I might take it as a polite blow-off, like the classic “we should definitely grab coffee sometime” not paired with suggesting a date to do so.

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Do not text him. I’m repeating do not chase a man. Let him chase you. He’s not the only one out there. In fact, when he texts you and offers to meet on a specific day, just say that you have plans on that day. Let him chase you, it’s in men’s nature to chase women. Once you are reachable and always free, you’re no longer interesting. If he wants you and likes you, he will find you.

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