You lie awake wondering why he hasn’t sent a message and whether you sent too many and what you should do and finally you hear that long awaited message noise and it’s your mobile provider texting you!
Years ago, women sat by the letter box or the phone on the wall and while the means has changed, the agony hasn’t. My suggestion is if he hasn’t sent a text then he should be thinking he might have missed an opportunity. Do not sell yourself short. Life is too short to wait, wondering and if someone doesn’t see how special you are – put your energy into somebody else.
I mean, give it until the next day before you never utter his name again, but just don’t waste time on someone wasting yours.
If people don’t seem that into you it is because they have other priorities and it is a good thing they are letting you know that. It is important, however, you recognise the signs and don’t make excuses for them.
Spend the time making yourself feel good and become self-motivated to get out and live life with the people already in it. Similarly, we need to set a good example to show young girls and teens how to value their body and enjoy it for the right reasons.
I read a an article about teenagers having sex and how young they start. I found this story quite confronting and not because of the content, but because it sensationalised what a few girls’ said and it used out-dated and unreliable figures from Dolly Magazine! I was a bit surprised being that it was from the The Australian Women’s Weekly Magazine.
Let’s not forget that so many mothers and daughters and women are doing the right thing out there and women are empowering.