Because we just started dating
The less anxious they feel, the better chance the relationship has of lasting."It makes a lot of sense.
Here are some reasons why the once-a-week rule is one to live by — or at least one to consider.
"So if it seems like they're busy all the time but give you a glimmer of hope, let it go and move on to someone who will give you the attention, time and energy you want.""Breadcrumbers don't actually think someone will call them out, because technically, they're doing nothing wrong," Xue says. And frankly, you're more mature than that." So let them know you know what's up. "Instead, the best thing you can possibly do is ignore their breadcrumbs.
If you've noticed that things haven't escalated passed texting back and forth for a while say something like, "Expert breadcrumbers will give you morsels of hope," Xu says. Why give these morsels of hope any time of day when someone else out there is willing to give you their whole loaf?
But when you stop to think about it, does it make sense to feel emotionally close to someone you've just met?
The problem with this dynamic is that seeing each other too frequently in the very beginning forges an illusion of intimacy and dependence, even though each person truly knows that it takes months — or even years — to truly get to know someone."You hardly know someone, yet you're developing an emotional dependency on them — that's a scary thought.
Even though I appreciate that everyone is different, I'm always in the camp of not seeing each other too much, so you don't fall into a love bubble and get an unrealistic sense of someone. Well, licensed clinical psychologist Seth Meyers thinks so.
"Showing up as a grown-ass adult and asking for what you want is really the only way to maintain your sanity with this new trend.
"You can only be breadcrumbed if you go along with it." According to Coleman, this type of behavior can be acceptable once or twice. "You would already be starting a relationship with several strikes against that person.