In high school and not interested in dating

Has he been on social media much since you last saw him?

I used to work at Starbucks and really had no time to check my phone at work - I even had weird hours.

That being said, you could have one person in a relationship whose parents has little to no standards as to how late they’re out, who they get into a car with, how well they have to know their parents, etc.

whereas the other has parents who is on the opposite end of the spectrum.

He might have read something on Yahoo Answers that told him that calling you after a first date will come off as clingy if you do it too soon.

This guy, if he's interested in you, is just waiting 24-48 hours to text you. Chances are you're not the only one he's talking to.

Although high school couples can be cute, I often find myself contemplating whether or not it’s worth it.

I know it’s important to date enough to figure out what type of things you want in a future spouse, but high school dating seems, for the most part, pointless to me.

First impressions mean a lot and he may have felt that you two just didn't have chemistry.

If you didn't set up plans for a second date after the first date, you're both in a rut.

He simply doesn't know what step to take now and there's a lot of pressure to make that next move.

From personal experience, most boys that come in any sort of “romantic” contact with me are usually just trying to get physical; and I speak for most girls when I say this.

I get it, you’re a teenage boy, but keep it to yourself please. Usually, all it takes is a “tell me about your day” or just any sort of attention at all.

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