It prevents him from getting to know all about you much too quickly and getting bored.
Besides, when you call only once in a while, it becomes special. When he loves you or wants to get in touch with you badly, he won't think you're rude, just busy or hard to get—and men always call again.
Why make plans when he can get the women to call him and take care of it? You can feel free to offer an alternate time, which let's him know you are interested.
So when I talk about neediness or acting needy, I’m not recommending that you change how you behave or even try to avoid these actions. A much more empowering mindset is to simply not settle for what you don’t want and seek out what you do want… Also, I want to be clear that good, clear communication of what you want and what you don’t want is part of any good and healthy relationship.
This nervousness might make you call him agzm to ask, "Is everything okay? Only call him back right away if it's a scheduling change regarding an upcoming date or event; not just to chat.
Not calling will leave him desiring you mor^ make him want to see you again and call you again.
Then, you don't hear from him all week, except for some texting. You want to know what's going to happen for the weekend.
In light of all these possible answers, what should you do? I know it seems harmless to make a simple phone call to ask about weekend plans. But he will also get the message that he needs to make plans in advance.