Dating coaches Mike Fiore and Nora Blake shares their advice on what you should do when he doesn't call in this video for Digital Romance TV.
There can be a number of reasons as to why he didn't call after you’ve exchanged numbers and each should be addressed differently:
Who calls these days?
One reason he didn’t call is because he’s not used to making calls. Calling has given way to texting and messaging and he – just like everybody else – is probably more comfortable with the latter.
No reason for you not to check in on him
If he has not sent you a message either, there’s no reason for you not to make the first move. Say you have his number and a couple of days went by and you haven’t heard from him yet, you can send him a message and say something like, “Hey, I thought you were going to call me. Is everything okay?”
This gives him the idea that you are checking in on him not out of neediness but out of concern for him. Or you can go straight to the point and invite him somewhere. If he shows up, then good; if he doesn’t, move on.
If he stops calling you, move on
It’s a different case, however, when you have been on a few dates and then he stops calling you. Or when you’ve been calling and texting a few times but after several days, he always has a reason for “forgetting” to call.
If it’s any of these, then it’s a hint: he’s not into you. Rather than waste any more energy on a guy who’s not interested, save yourself the trouble and just get over it and move on quick.
About Michael Fiore
Michael Fiore is a relationship expert and has helped millions of women across the world have better relationships and Nora is his co-host.