I’m prefacing my immediate answer with that disclosure because I don’t want you to mistake my bluntness for rudeness. Now before you march to my South Beach condo with a burning pitchfork, let me explain. I can’t express in words what a breath of fresh air it is when a sexy woman appears on my phone and her fundamental message is: I want you to feel good. What I’m really driving at is if you want him to respond quickly to your texts and love texting you, then make the experience of texting you . Men love when someone makes their day lighter and simpler, not heavier and more complex. You’d be amazed at the number of questions I get about guys and texting.Everything I’m saying is with the intent to help you… In terms of you wanting him to text you back, my most blunt question is: What’s there to gain and what’s there to lose? One of the first questions I ask is, “How is your relationship when you’re together?
We're one of the oldest and best known dating communities on the web, and we have a unique, and very popular, secret weapon - our intelligent two-way matching feature.It went from him showering me with attention and affection to him not responding to texts for hours. Before you know it, minutes turn to hours and daylight turns to past-midnight… I’m a considerate guy, but when I’m dealing with thirteen crises during my work day and a girl is texting me about how I should be texting her more and giving her more attention… I’ve talked about neediness so many times before that I don’t feel like explaining it in great depth, but I’ll reiterate to say: Neediness is a state of mind, not any specific action or actions.I don’t know what changed but I have this horrible feeling I screwed something up or maybe I’m bugging him. So throughout the day, I get texts from all different people. It’s the feeling that if you don’t get some kind of emotional reassurance or validation from another person, then you won’t be “OK”.Library of Congress Web Site | External Web Sites | Selected Bibliography Digital Collections A Century of Lawmaking for a New Nation: U. Congressional Documents and Debates, 1774-1875 using the word "confederation" or the phrase "Articles of Confederation" to locate additional information on this topic.The Letters of Delegates to Congress contains drafts of the Articles of Confederation by Josiah Bartlett and John Dickinson from late June 1776.