If a guy doesn’t text, call or email (when it truly is his turn), he is just not that into you. You are not his top priority. You are probably not even on his top ten list of priorities in his life. If he gets annoyed when you text, call or email, then he is sending you a message: He doesn’t feel like being around you or spending time with you.
Why is this message so hard to understand for so many people? Why do we overanalyze the behavior of other people and find interest where there is none? How did we evolve in such a way as to have this ability to put ourselves into an embarrassing and hurtful position over and over again?
It is now newsworthy that you are no longer in a relationship, which isn’t good news for you but only for the person who broke up with you. You are left behind, alone, with feelings that you cannot direct anywhere except outward in a stalker-like fashion or inward, and as we all know, the latter can lead to anxiety and depression and other forms of mental illness.
So is there any consolation if you are rejected romantically? Can you undo the cultural curse that has been placed on you? Probably not easily. There will always be a stigma surrounding divorces and breakups. But you can choose not to let it affect you. This requires not letting other people define who you are. This is not an easy thing to do but it can be done. You don’t have to identify with the labels other people assign to you.
Don’t fear the rejection – get out of that relationship now.