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Hi! I need some advice. I've been friends with this guy for 6 years, since I was 16 and we worked together. We used to hang out off and on for a couple years until I went to college and then we lost touch. I recently moved back to our home city and we decided to hang out. It was kind of a date, we got drinks and went back to his house to watch a movie. This was all on the 22nd. We had a great time, laughed, reminsced. We talked about how we both had crushes on eachother way back when. And now we're both single and I was thinking that I'd see him a lot more this summer since neither of us has a job. We talked the day after we hung out. Mostly me texting him and him saying he's busy and will talk to me the next day. A day later I hadn't heard from him so I texted him saying "Did you want to hang out again this week?" and now it's 2 days later and he hasn't replied. I really like him and I thought he liked me too. I know I'm young and I have a 2 year old, but I can really see myself dating him. Why hasn't he called me back?
You should probably just step back from the situation for the time being. There could be a number of reasons why he is not responding, and texting him frequently looking for something he may not be ready, or even want to give isn't going to increase your chances.
Some do not like the "constant" texting and calls. Give him a break and see what happens. If you do not hear from him after a week, call and just be like hey I was just calling to say hi, dont pressure him into hanging out or anything like that and take it from there.