This is one of those things that annoy me because it works.
Get in the habit of noticing things that annoy you and doing it yourself.
I have this friend from college named Tim who is very nice in person. However, he texts me as if he is always pissed off. If I ask whether he wants to hang out, he will only text 'Yes.’ If I ask him what's up, he would reply, 'Not much.’ He texts me almost as though he's mad.
It takes a long time for him to text back, but when I see him, I get reminded of how nice he is.
He doesn't text back right away because he's busy and I got frustrated at the situation.
That's the key. You only get mad at the situation. Getting mad is a sign that you like him.
You don't get mad at somebody you don't like.
I was also texting this girl who doesn't text back that much. She's also busy with work.
I would text her and she would take a long time to reply. When she did reply, she would validate me.
I will ask her in the morning about hanging out at night. She wouldn't reply until late in the afternoon.
That whole time, while waiting for her text, I would be wondering if maybe she doesn't want to hang out with me anymore.
When I got a positive response from her, I would realize that what I was thinking was not a big deal. It was just coming from my insecurity.
When you take long to reply to texts and you notice that the guy doesn't react, it could mean that he doesn't fear losing you. He thinks he has you.
This tactic is not going to work if a guy is pretty confident that you're not going to leave him.
When he fears that maybe there are other guys who would take you, anything that you do suddenly has more weight.
To make this technique effective, you need to let the guy know that you're seeing other guys.
When you go cold, he will think that it could be due to somebody else. It will make him insecure and chase harder.
We discuss this in greater detail in my course.... click here.