Why Wasn’t I Getting Called Back By Guys?
I did briefly mention in my first blog post that I wasn’t getting called back by guys when I posted my Love Manifestation story…
Let me tell you a story…
I was very curious and open-minded. I thought it would be easy to find someone that was interested in me if I just put forth the effort to spend time getting to know a guy. I thought that this automatically would make me more valued and draw attention to me. I spent hours of my time looking at messages from guys and looking at their profiles.
I was very excited and happy to talk to one particular guy on the phone one evening. Most guys would not want to actually speak on the phone to me… that is how I would filter them out. If he is not willing to talk to me, it would be an even longer time before we would actually meet. As we were talking to each other, we were getting to know each other and our hobbies… I was working, but I also enjoyed photography, playing with my dog and hanging out at the local beach and park.
I tried to keep the conversation positive, but I felt like our conversation had taken a negative turn. I felt like the guy started being judgmental of me and who I was. He was just questioning everything about me it seemed. I was just trying to get to know him.
Was there something wrong with me? No, there wasn’t. I knew there wasn’t. I had zero intentions of negativity towards him.
He was talking to me like he was trying to prove a point to me about his beliefs in women. I couldn’t figure out what was going on in his mind, but knew that his energy was extremely off. If he’s this hard to talk to getting to know him, how much harder would it be to stay with him? His energy was not radiating love or positivity. He was not whole and he was not ready to be with someone.
I knew that it was just time to move on.
It didn’t matter if he called me back or not at this point. He was showing me that he was not interested in me.
I knew that I didn’t want to impress him. I knew that I didn’t need to impress him. I didn’t even want to talk to him.
It was his loss to not recognize or pay attention to what I had to offer in a relationship.
In the end, I was grateful that I had the self awareness of my own value and worth and that I still had many opportunities to meet someone that was able to see that, too.