Sometimes in a relationship people over analyze things. They begin to panic if a guy does not answer their text back right away.
People over analyze because of a lot of reasons. They may have had relationships in the past where they got burned. Those wounds never heal and they are bringing them into a new relationship.
Before you assume the worst put some things into porportion. The person may have not responded to you right away due to a couple of reasons. Maybe he was busy, going through things, forgot to get back to you or is hopeless. There are people in the world that are all over the place. They do not mean to ignore you they just have stuff going on.
Worrying about them not getting back to you and assuming the worst is only going to make things worse. You have to keep in mind that you are not there so you do not know what is going on. Know that not everything is about you. Do not cause problems that do not exist.
Learn to be more confident. If you love yourself you will not care weather a guy does not get back to you. You know that if he stops caring you could move on because there will be someone out there who loves you.
Leave the past in the past. This is a new relationship. Just because you have been hurt before does not mean that every guy will hurt you. Do not listen to people who are making you assume things. Do not think that they are telling you for your own good. You cannot control someone else's actions but you could do something about your actions. You are in charge of your own happiness. You deserve love.
Do not start fighting and making accusations without proof. Guys do not like girls who start drama. Instead ask him how everything is instead of screaming "Why didn't you call me back?"
Visualize him calling you. Visualize him wanting to see you. Visualize spending time with him and how wonderful it feels to be in each other's arms.
As hard as it is do not over analyze in a relationship. The guy you are with could really care for you. Love yourself and he will love you.
The above article was written by Jennifer Panaro.