Have you ever seen a movie then went to see it again? You know exactly what’s going to happen and how long it’ll take. That metaphor applies to all your communication lines you will experience through your love life.
It takes months to learn a person’s purpose in pursuing you and what they’ll do to get you.
But no one talks about the consistency of misleading and being taken advantage of. Outside of knowing a person, you know the efforts they’ll take to make sure they have your attention good or bad.
“I miss you” read at 12:00 am
Let’s take a look at the time frame. I miss you texts are only sent during late-night hours. That late night text is bait for any person vulnerable enough to respond.
At night, people are more self cautious and if you are alone at night, you are more vulnerable than you are in the daytime. During the night you are watching shows, scrolling through social media, bored. You start to wonder why you are alone and wish you had someone.
I hate to be the one to break it to you, but you are not the only one they’re sending that text too. It is sent to all pass flings, ex’s, and people that were sent to the permanent “talking” stage who are always available. You know where you fall into in those categories.
They come back into your life when they see you moving on and up. It is important to know they don’t care, they like what you do, and how you make them feel.
That power they have over you is a game to them. When you get this message to remember they’re bored and want temporary pleasure.
You are the bag, they fumbled. Remember how amazing you are and how you should be treated as someone’s priority, not the second option. If you recall the “Ghosted” article, you’ll know the constant fader, is someone who will appear every few months. And what you allow, is what will continue.
When they left you, you went through various emotions and if you don’t wanna feel that abandonment again, I say you block the number while the ball is in your court.
People don’t change, they just hide their motives until those urges to leave comes up again. You’ve seen this movie before remember, stop replaying it and find a new one to watch.