Watch out for those “good morning” texts…
We have all experienced the kind of guy who’s looking to have his ego stroked. And if you haven’t gotten to know this guy yet, lucky you!
He’s that guy who is super good looking, hangs with a hot group of friends, is passionate about his career, has style … and feels totally unattainable.
Who doesn’t love a good chase, right?
He sends you “Hey, Beautiful” texts that develop into sexting, making you think he’s completely into you. The back-and-forth banter is beyond thrilling, and you can hardly contain your orgasmic thoughts.
When you don’t hear from him at night, you start second-guessing whether or not he’s the real deal.
Even though you notice that it’s been a week since you last hung out, he keeps texting you flirty messages that you can’t resist.
While you’re hanging on the line waiting for his next invite, you start to wonder, “does he really like me or is he just feeding his ego by stringing me along?”
To help you figure it out, here are seven signs he’s an ego-feeder and is just using you:
1. He only talks to you when he feels like it.
Everything is on his terms when it comes to texting, calling, and making plans with you. The only thing he’s thinking about is his life motto: Me, Myself and I.
One minute he wants to hang and bang, and the next he acts like he doesn’t even know you.
You are only an extension of his schedule — and better yet, his ego. When he needs a boost, he knows exactly where to turn: you.
2. He never tells you where he is.
He leaves you chilling for days at a time. Some days you hear from him consecutively back-to-back, other times he pulls a disappearing act.
His rejection starts to breed obsession, and he has you right where he wants you. Yet he will never give you what you want.
He says he’ll call or text you back — but never follows through. “Mystery” is the name of his game.
3. He is a surface-dweller.
He sticks to the shallow side of things.
This guy has no intentions of going beneath the layers to learn about the whole you. His communication topics lack depth and fulfillment, avoiding intimate conversations at all cost.