Stop texting him to get his attention!

You like a guy and can’t stop texting him and doing everything in your power to be around him. As cute as your actions may seem, you don’t want to be that person that is seen as clingy and annoying by their crush, and that’s exactly what you’re gunning for.
Having a crush on a guy can be a very great feeling. You get butterflies in your stomach when he is around and can’t wait for him to be around, even if you’re not sure he is aware of your crush on him. You also tend to do things you would typically not do when you’re crushing on someone. Texting him continuously shouldn’t be one of those things, and we have several reasons for this.
He will see you as clingy
Yes, your texting him every 15 minutes will make him see you as the clingy person that won’t let him be. You shouldn’t be that person. No guy wants to be with someone who can’t give them some space, at least the standard amount if space. By texting him nonstop, you’re showing that you are that kind of person.
So, simply put texting him to get his attention makes you seem clingy and will destroy your chances to being in a relationship with him, if that’s the goal or just being close to him.
Guys do not want to be chased
No matter how enlighted and modern a man is, he still feels the need to do the chasing instead of the other way which is what you’re doing. Guys generally love to go after who they are interested in and get them, as established by relationship experts.
When things are the the reverse, they lose their interest in the person. This is another evidence that, by chasing him, which you are doing with your texts, he will most likely lose interest in you.
At this point, you may be thinking that you like him so much and texting is that sure way of getting his attention. News flash, it isn’t. Here are some other ways you can go about things
Text him less often
We are sure that you expected this at the top of this list as it deserves. You should text him less often. Take your chances and be sure that he even likes you. When you give him more space, he will miss you and come looking for you, the way it is supposed to be.
Play hard to get
If he actually liked you and started to initiate conversations, then you should push it a bit harder by playing hard to get. Although, you initially sent him signals, begin to make yourself unavailable behaving like you were initially interested in him. You could also flirt with other busy whether in his presence or not.
Set boundaries
You’re still the person that has a massive crush on him, remember. So you have to set boundaries that do not make you seem desperate. It is because you want whatever happens between you two to be genuine and not rushed.
If he really likes you and got in touch with you, at this point you should have developed a natural bond that is mutual and not some clingy one-sided relationship. You’re welcome.

Author: Rac

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