He felt like an option and not an opportunity you needed to grab right away.This is all my opinion based on what you’re saying, but I can tell you I’ve seen this type of thing before.
To build on that, if we feel that you are acting in a way that is intended to make us chase, we’ll remember it. On the other hand, a woman who has a total wall up will not get guys to chase her.QUIZ: “Are You Accidentally Destroying Your Love Life?” The problem with neediness isn’t actually a problem with how you interact with other people.If I were in his position, I would continue acting in the way that has you chasing. He tried it one way, it probably felt terrible to him and ultimately got him rejected.So based on that experience, he would probably make a conscious, willful effort not to get back into that position with you again. With that said, here’s a few things to consider: First, guys don’t chase things that they don’t think they have to chase.” I can’t say specifically why he is leaving you hanging, but I can tell you that when I’ve done it it’s because something else more pressing came up. I just had a lot going on and I put off responding until I had a free moment… But again, there’s no way that you or I could know for sure.