Then why?

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
Hi there's a guy that has been sending messages to my mobile for about 1 month, I know this guy for a while but didn't know he liked me until then. We've been going out more frequently with other friends several times and now he's sending me messages almost daily talking about anything, he has never told me he liked me or so but it's obvious, he has made comments and sent clues. Besides his cousin told me he is really interested the thing is that he does a lot of business travel, so his cousin told me he's getting things straight because right now because of his business he can't have a relationship. So the thing is now that I've started liking him a lot and considering him an option as a boyfriend so should I just wait or should I bring up the topic or what should I do?? 'Cause I don't understand why did he even started all this if he knew that because of his traveling it would be difficult for him to have a girlfriend. Another question that I have is why doesn't he call instead of messaging me? Advice
If I tried to answer your questions, it would be guesswork.

The thing to do is have a face-to-face talk with him where you can discuss at lenght the questions you are asking. Take more of a lead in this relationship. He seems distracted, perhaps by work.

Any good, lasting relationship is partly made by communications.

Good luck! George

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