Now like a lot of things in poor relationships, obsessing over the what if’s of this question is a reflection of the female trapping of suffering from Women Who Talk and Think Too Much syndrome and not seeing the wood for the trees.We focus on the To add insult to injury, Mr Unavailables and assclowns are LAZY!So, take a stroll down memory lane to remember all of our past Word of the Year selections.I am a huge advocate for using the No Contact Rule on men that just seem to have an allergy to breaking up and making a clean break.Even when you don’t have to get medieval on him and cut contact, I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it a million times again, this whole staying in touch and trying to be friends after you’ve broken up is BS – just ask the millions of women out there that are secretly hoping for him to suddenly see them for the great women they are so they can have their fairy tale ending, who actually in effect end up being used for a shag and/or an ego stroke.But…women, especially Fallback Girls and assclown lovers are obsessed with the big question: Will he try to get in contact with me?
If you keep making contact with him or make a big point of reiterating how you don’t want to lose him and how you want to stay in touch, he’ll probably be in touch.
If you’ve avoided him for longer than any previous breakup, he’ll probably get in touch because he doesn’t like to be out of control of you being emotionally invested in him.
If he has worked his way through his narcissistic harem of women and hit a blank wall, he’ll probably chance his arm with you.
They may not even call – they might skip straight to text, instant messenger, or email!
If you fall into the trap of actually believing that his actions mean way more than they actually do, you’re so excited about the act of him getting in touch and back into betting on potential mode, that you fail to see the joker and his actions for what they are.If you tell him you don’t give a sh*t about him, if he’s from the egotistical stable, he’s likely to want to prove you wrong.