Before you take it personally, take a breath and think things through.
At the end of the day, you have to decide for yourself what you want, and why you want it. When waiting for a man to call you if he said he would, if he usually does, or if you think it’s common courtesy, always remember that the world will not end. If he isn’t calling you, or you feel uncomfortable calling him, then reevaluate the relationship. If it doesn’t feel good then lose the guy before you lose your positive attitude.
Guided imagery techniques work to help people relax for several reasons.
As is the case with many techniques, they involve an element of distraction which serves to redirect people's attention away from what is stressing them and towards an alternative focus.
It reminds you that you need someone else’s attention to feel worthy. Your value is not based on someone else’s attention. More importantly, you have to let it not bother you. You don’t need his call or attention to feel good about yourself, or the relationship. What matters is if this process feels good to you or not.
He’s risking you losing interest by his unreliable behavior.
What most women tend to do however is become upset by the lack of communication.
There is no single correct way to use visual imagery for stress relief. Short though it is, daily practice using this sample can be transformative. Elisha Goldstein demonstrated that study subjects who spent 5 minutes a day practicing a guided meditation exerise similar to this one reported significantly reduced stress levels and enhanced feelings of well-being compared to control subjects.
However, something similar to the following steps is often recommended: Several books and many audio programs are available for people who are interested in learning more about using visualization and imagery techniques in order to promote relaxation. For maximum benefit, we encourage you to bookmark this page and return daily to practice with this free sample.
Once, I dated a guy who would text me, or call me every day. I wasn’t freaked initially, but I noticed there was something essentially missing in my day. While we hadn’t been dating very long, just one day without contact I began to be alarmed. The next day came and went without a text and again I reached out to him. It was true ghosting because back then social media didn’t allow me to keep tabs on him. The fear you get when a guy you like isn’t reaching out to you.