If he says, ‘That's a good idea,’ you can follow with, ‘I have studying to do anyway,’ or ‘I'll go check out what my friends are doing.’ It gets him to wonder whether you're going to have more fun without him.” As girls, we like to use text messaging as a form of self-expression.
Or, he could be feeling intimidated by you, or worrying about his upcoming poli sci test or what movie he wants to see this weekend. ’ because you are unlikely to be happy with his answer,” she says.
But we girls jump to the worst conclusions –thinking he's quiet because he's angry or because he's figuring out how to tell you that he wants to break up.” The easiest thing to do is to simply talk things out. As long as you do so in an open manner, he won’t feel judged, and he will be more willing to answer truthfully. “If you must say something, you can say, ‘I notice you're a little quieter today than usual.
If you'd like some time to yourself, we can stop what we're doing and get together another time.’ This takes the pressure off of him immediately.
We’re revealing the true meanings behind the odd antics that guys are often prone to!
When a guy is quiet around us, we tend to assume it’s because he’s upset.
He might be, but chances are, he could also just be thinking about other things.“It is maddening for girls when a guy is quiet, because it can mean so many different things – really good or really bad,” says Carole Lieberman, M.You’re having a great texting conversation with a guy you just met.He’s answering back right away, he’s funny and thoughtful with his responses, the whole nine yards… Your mind automatically jumps to the worst possible conclusion.Guys do weird things, and we girls typically worry about them when we don’t need to.Just because a reaction means one thing in girl code (c’mon, ladies, we all know the silent treatment is deadly), doesn’t necessarily mean a guy feels the same way.