Like most guys, he’s probably just figuring his situation out and simultaneously figuring out if a relationship with you is really what he’s looking for.I think he’s a normal guy and I think you are handling the situation well.
In your case, you weren’t needy – you didn’t make a big deal about it and you backed off when he wasn’t putting in the effort that you expect.
As a result, he started putting in more of an effort because you gave him space to do so.
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Sooner or later he will figure it out and, as long as you’re patient, there’s a good chance he could get into a stable relationship with you.
On the other hand, it can take some guys longer than others to figure out what they want, so you need to have a good sense of how patient you want to be.
Don’t drag it out into a conversation that you keep revisiting.
In regards to this guy, you asked if it’s OK for you to initiate plans.
Or, should she keep letting the guy initiate plans until they are actually in a relationship? The situation that you’re describing actually illustrates something that I’ve talked about before.
In previous posts, I’ve talked about how when a guy is being flaky, doesn’t text back, or isn’t doing something you want him to do, the worst response is to become needy.
When it comes to people, it doesn’t matter what you think people should respond to – it only matters what they actually do respond to.