Q – “By e-mail I said, “I’d love you to call me some time. He said he would love to but he didn’t ask for my number. What do I do?”
To this he would then have to respond by saying something that suggests he has it or he doesn’t. This also makes him invest enough to show he does want your number. So, if he responds give him your number.
He may or may not call, but if he tries to act vague by suggesting you should call him instead (such as giving you his number) respond back. “That is so tough for me. I don’t know how men call women. I have such a hard time doing that. So if you don’t mind, would you make that first awkward call. I would really appreciate it. I look forward to talking to you. Thanks.”
Then wait to see what he does. If he doesn’t take an active role in trying to call you and pursue you than you are better off without him. Just remember what he does or does not do is not about you. It’s not personal. It says a lot about him and his situation. I think you naturally assume something is wrong with you when men act passive, which is not the case. Perhaps you didn’t need to hear that but I thought you might.
Let me know how it works out.
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