I could've written three novels, started a business, and hiked the Appalachian Trail with all the wasted time and energy.
It's too late for me, but maybe you can learn from what I wish I knew when I was single.
Your desire to touch base and get greater clarity into the relationship feels normal to you, and it may usually occur as a good-hearted attempt to stay in touch with a man who has piqued your interest.
Once you are in a committed relationship with one man, letting him take the lead and continuing to be receptive to him will fuel his passion for you. At first glance, these actions might seem completely harmless. E-mailing him, texting him, Facebooking him, sending him a cute card, dropping by his house, or in any way attempting to initiate some kind of contact. Asking him how he feels – especially asking him how he feels about you or the relationship. Inviting him to come and join you, or in any way acting like the social director of the relationship.If you think you’re just being “friendly” by sending him a flirty text or baking him a birthday cake, you could be getting in the way of the kind of courtship you desire. Calling him because you heard or read about something interesting, or because you knew there was a great band playing somewhere, or someone told you about some great event that you want to invite him to. In fact, you may feel that he’ll just see you as being friendly and want to get closer to you.When we find ourselves falling for a man, it’s normal to start feeling that if we don’t show enough interest in him he might get the wrong message and drift away. But it’s important to be cautious when reaching out to a potential romantic interest – especially with repeated messages.Related: The Best Part Of Being Single Is Knowing Nobody's Cheating On You 1.