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One year later back in the States (we live in the same city) I was unknowingly talking to him over the phone just messing around (his cousin was dating my friend and his cousin gave the phone to him).
He said he remembered me, told me to come over, so I did.
On the other hand, the way you describe the guy sounds like he’s kind of softer or more passive than you.
One of the ways I size up a situation is by looking at the details that you choose to tell me.
The, when I bitch him out and tell him I’m done, he’ll call two seconds later to apologize and will ask me on a date that we never end up going on!
He came to my house for New Years and got mad at me because I hit him upside the head.Moreover, proceed with caution in terms of the “aggressiveness” – if he’s into you being aggressive, it will be obvious.But if you act aggressive and he gets upset, angry, withdrawn, etc., then you need to rethink how you approach him (or if he even is the right match for you.) As for “guilting” him into calling you and apologizing, I would strongly recommend that you don’t do that since no guy wants to be around a girl who makes him feel bad. In fact, I think that a lot of the time when people ask for relationship advice they already have a pretty clear idea of the answer (or at least the answer they want to hear), they just want to hear it from someone else.So with all that said, I would say that he probably does like you, but he’s either a) afraid of how you’ll behave around him, b) scared of you in general, or c) under the impression that you are too out-of-control for him.
The truth is as ego-boosting as a daily barrage of tiny “so hot right now” flames can be; it’s not likely to get us anywhere more meaningful from there.