I got really mad and yelled at him. I accused him of making out with herVisitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
I met this guy a month ago and he took me out on a date. during the begining we would see eachother once or twice a week. I would call him or he would call me....it was pretty even. Three weeks after our first date (we had only maybe hung out 6 times in these weeks) I was really drunk at the bar and I saw him talking really close-like with this girl almost like he was going to kiss her and I got really mad and yelled at him. I accused him of making out with her when I didn't even see this. that was two weeks ago and he has told me that he doesn't hold the incident against me. But I have not seen him since. He also has not called me since. I have been initiating all of the calling and he does call back and always answeres but it bothers me that he does not call me. We have made plans once since the incident and he backed out saying he had a business meeting. I have no problem continuing to call him and initiate things but I think its odd. Do you think there are some guys who just don't like to call? Do you think if he really was into me that he would call? do you think this not calling thing is a punishment for how I yelled at him? And how do I know when to take a hint and leave him alone? I am so dumb when it comes to these things. Would it be better for me to just waite and see if he calls me if I don't call him? Or would that be playing games and not being honest?
It sounds like you turned him off when you yelled at him.
This would explain why he doesn't call you. If you really like him you should continue to call him and hope to patch things up.
But, don't be surprised too much if he continues to be stand-offish for a little while.
Good luck! George
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