http://www.CoachNorth.com/Texting --- 5 Texts To Make Any Man Obsess Over You
There’s no denying that phones are a big part of where we live our romantic lives. Since everyone and their mother seems to have and carry around a cell phone in today’s world, making a man obsess over you can be as easy as sending him the right text messages. But, what are the “right text messages” and which ones will have the opposite effect?
Hey ladies, Amy North here, welcome to my channel. As you may or may not already know I’m a relationship coach from the west coast of Canada and author of The Devotion System — a program I’ve designed to help women find and create the love lives they want and deserve. From being ready for love to locking down Mr. Right, the program covers every aspect of romantic relationships, so if you’re looking to improve yours then you may want to consider checking it out.
That aside though, today I want to share with you five types of text messages you can send men to make them obsessed with you. Yes, obsessed as in he won’t be able to eat, sleep or go about other daily tasks without thinking about you.
Before I jump into the messages you should be sending your guy, I want to first talk a bit about the types of text messages you shouldn’t send him, because believe me, even if you send him the most heavenly texts, the wrong ones can be huge deal breakers.
For starters, the generic “hey, hello, or what’s up” texts. These messages suck because they don’t do anything to stir up emotion in your guy, and not to mention they make you seem incredibly boring.
While I’m talking about these dull messages, it’s also worth mentioning that sending your man updates on your every move isn’t a good idea either. Believe me, as much as you think it’s the end of the world that the coffee shop is out of your favourite bagel, or how you’re feeling bloated from your weekend of partying, he doesn’t care, nor does he want to know. Sure, you may be smitten, but you’re not doing yourself any favours by sending these mundane types of text messages
Same goes for sending him “what are you up to messages.” Why? Because if he doesn’t willingly tell you what he’s doing then it’s probably because he doesn’t feel it’s worth sharing. When you send him these kind of text messages it’ll seem like a chore for him to respond to you… which is 100% the opposite of what you want if you’re looking to make him obsessed with you.
And at all costs avoid sitting around, staring at a black screen, desperately waiting for him to reply to you. This is important for a couple reasons. First, if you respond too quickly it will give him the impression that you’re sitting around, waiting to hear from him. Second, it comes across as clingy, and third, responding too quickly implies that you have no life outside of him and the relationship.
To prevent this from happening, keep busy! By doing so it’ll help you fight the urge to text him back too soon, and not to mention, it’ll give you something new to tell him about when he asks how your day was. In those scenarios where you don’t have much happening when he texts, still make a point to hold back for at least a few minutes to give him the impression that you’re busy with other things. Not making his text messages your number one priority will give you time to do other things that keep you active and happy, and time to properly think about your response. Of course if you’re in the middle of a conversation with him, or he asks you a question that is time sensitive and needs a quick reply, then don’t leave him hanging. If you do, you risk coming across as self-centered or rude. Be respectful of his needs, too.
Before I move on to the juicy part of this video it’s also important to mention how much of an impact grammar has on your relationship. If you’re text messages are littered with misspelt words or lack common sense, then that’s going to be a huge turn off for him, and let’s face it, you’re not going to look like the brightest crayon in the box. So save yourself the embarrassment and make sure that you read over and edit your text where necessary.
Don’t think this is a real issue? Just Google search it and you’d be amazed at some of the cringeworthy misspellings you find. Or, learn from my friend’s experience. He was seeing a girl who would text “hoo,” as in “H-O-O” when referring to “who” as in “W-H-O.” He tried giving her the benefit of the doubt, and hoped it was just a strange auto-correct or voice to text memo, but after she sent him the same misspelt version of “hoo” multiple times, he realized that he couldn’t be with someone.
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