I left him alone because I didn’t want to come across as annoying or something. This type of question has been sent to me hundreds of times and I want to write about this to help you and everyone with this type of situation.Actually, A New Mode’s relationship section is only part of my business – I also help guys with their dating questions. Speaking from personal experience, I am an extremely busy guy and I generally avoid habitually texting back-and-forth-and-back-and-forth with girls because it sets a bad precedent.So let’s assume that I’m right and you like him and you’d like it if he wants you back.I would even bet that you’re probably hoping I write back that he does like you. At the heart of all of these games and guesses is doubt.After all, creepy is subjective and what may seem desirable to one girl can seem creepy to another.[Read: The story of a nice guy who ended up becoming a creepy clingy guy] But we’ve all been there. Almost all the time, it’s an unexplainable feeling of discomfort and awkwardness.
It’s not fair to most guys, but if a guy can’t take a hint that you don’t like him, you have a right to brand him as your personal creepy guy.But deeper than that, what you’re hoping is for me to confirm that I see things the way you want them to be – “he loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, etc.” You ever play those games? It’s a sense that you don’t really believe that it could be true, but you really want it to be.A lot of the time, women fall into the trap of playing “emotional detective”: They dig into their memories and observations and go through EVERY insignificant detail to try and uncover some “hidden message” or “secret code” that the guy is sending.There’s this guy I really like and at first things were great.We texted constantly for about five days but then he suddenly stopped.