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When I let him know that I had made plans (I also noted that I enjoyed spending time with him and I was looking forward to going out again), he basically sent me a tersely worded email expressing his disappointment and I haven’t heard from him since.So, should I have made myself more available to him?Just my opinion based on what some of my friends experience and what I read on forums such as this.I would also initiate last minute invites too, for the same reason (not the meeting, but other scheduled plans being cancelled last minute and my wanting to see him).And if he does explain but becomes a regular flake, set your sights on someone with more advanced planning skills who’s more prone to communicating openly and honestly at all times.
I’m very torn on this and I’m not sure how to handle this scenario in the future. Sorry about that, Why He Disappeared readers; it’s a LITTLE more nuanced than “do nothing.”Even if a guy is confident, masculine, alpha and interested in you, that doesn’t mean you act indifferent towards him.Will he think less of me or value me and my time less? No those thoughts would never occur to me, because like I said I use other more substantive measures to determine value, and I prefer to assume the best in men until they show me otherwise.And my open and positive attitude would usually result in that happening too; bringing out the best in men instead of assuming the worst, which imo would tend to bring out the worst.However, the fact that you’re reading this in the first place leads me to believe you’re NOT that kind of woman and that this guy’s personality and behavioral patterns don’t mesh with yours.If you feel you connected in most other ways but this pattern irks you, bring it up as early as possible; there’s a chance he doesn’t realize that what he’s doing isn’t the norm or that it even bothers you.
Recently, I went on an amazing four dates with a guy who was objectively handsome, intelligent (three Ivy league degrees), and in a successful, well-paying job.