The worst possible thing you can do is take it personally and start beating yourself up over it.
This will eat away at your self-esteem and will repel any new potential suitors that might come along.
After that weekend, he never contacted me or we haven’t talked.
And most of the time, they will reason that the girl is probably on the same page so there is no need to reach out.They tell themselves that she must know this isn’t going to work out and calling and telling her something she already knows would just be silly, so that’s the end of that. If he disappears, it’s because he isn’t the right guy for you.He has a habit of responding late or worst not responding at all to my messages and he has his reasons. Been there recently and if i put my logical head on I realise hes got lots of Issues.But, I’m still not use to it and it worries me every time. Im very upset but Im trying really hard to work on myself and confidence and self esteem I hadnt relised how men and women think so differently and Im 60 Regards xlizx My guy has been incognito for a little over two weeks now. So last time i heard from him was a non response to my messages.If not, read this next: If He’s Pulling Away, Do This... But when he text me or he call me, he act like everything is fine after he vanished. He said he just dont like to texting, dont like to stay on phone for a whole day. i was with him for several months and he pursued me, gave me flowers for valentines day, took me to dinner, picked me up in his car, spent weekends together, and made plans for future events. He changed his phone number and ghosted me in mid conversation about coming to my birthday.
And also not possible to call bcs his country (UAE) is block all the apps to make a call. After seventeen days I was stressed at his sudden ghosting, I missed him and the situation was nagging me, haunting me, and so I decided to go to his home fifty minutes drive away and confront him.I’m tired to talking about why he vanishing, many times i talked but he keep vanishing and come back. Bcs if he love me he will make me important, and keep in touch with me no matter how busy he is, no matter how much he travels and no matter how much he has going on in his life. I told him i knew he was never going to contact me again.I remained calm and neutral and respectful as I wanted to retain my dignity.The sooner you realize and accept this, the better off you’ll be in the long run. When a guy disappears, it’s almost inevitable to feel a flood of self-doubt.Remember, if he wanted to see/speak to you, he would. You didn’t do anything wrong and you are “good enough” to have the relationship you want with a man you want, this guy just wasn’t it.I know plenty of gorgeous, smart, funny, successful, amazing women who have had the vanishing act pulled on them and it didn’t make them any less gorgeous, smart, amazing, etc.