We Had a Fight Will He Call?
So, you and your boyfriend got into a big right. You may have sad some hurtful things to each other. You may both be feeling hurt, and feeling right at the same time. And neither one of you wants to take responsibility what the argument. Will he call you to apologize? You should you call him first? And what should you say if you decide to call him first?
Or, you may be thinking, perhaps a text message is a better way to start the conversation. But you fear rejection, because if you call him first and don’t hear back from him, it will feel like rejection.
You want him to be the one to initiate contact. And you want to know whether he’ll call you or text you first.
Although there is no certain way to tell for sure whether a guy will call you in this situation, fortunately there are telltale signs that he will call you sooner or later. Read on to find out what they are!
1. He is keeping tabs on your FaceBook activity.
When a guy really misses you, he will be checking on your social networks accounts to find out what you are up to. And he won’t just do it once, randomly, and out of boredom. He will literally obsess over your FaceBook, Twitter and Instagram.
You know he is checking up on you when he “likes” your photos on FaceBook, comments on your posts, etc.
If he does any of these, you can be sure, he will be contacting you very soon!
2. He’s been the one to contact you after a fight in the past.
Old habits die hard. Has he been the one to initiate contact in the past? People don’t change their habits. If he is the kind of guy who is the first to say sorry, chances are, you’ll be hearing from him soon. But if he is the kind whose pride is bigger than his heart, you may want to reach out to him first. He may be wanting to hear from you really bad, but making the first step to reconciliation is not his style.
3. He was the one to blame.
Ok, in an argument, there are always conflicting positions. And typically, each side of the fight thinks that their position is the right one. But this isn’t what I am talking about here. I am referring to something one should be really sorry for doing. Has he said mean things to you in the heat of the argument? Has he called you names? Did he put you down or did he intentionally hurt your feelings? If so, he should be the one apologizing for what he’s said. If he is a good person, you’ll sure be hearing from him very soon!