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The Real Answer To If You Should Text Him First

You should text him first if you genuinely want to and the situation calls for it. And if energetically you’re sending that text from a balanced and confident place. Both mentally and emotionally.

Let me explain. Many coaches will tell you that in this day and age it’s ok to text him first. Yet others will tell you that you should under no circumstances ever send him the first text.

However, I believe the best answer to this question starts with you. And the reason why you’re texting him in the first place.

You should text him first if, you’re reaching out to him to genuinely connect and communicate with him. If for any reason you’re texting him based on worry, fear or anxiety. Such as, trying to “keep his interest” or manipulating him to do something for you. Or to fill some kind of void in your life. Then the answer is no, you shouldn’t text him first.

Let’s dive a little deeper below…

10. Are you texting them “just because”?

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    Who doesn’t want to receive a text that says “I miss you” or “This song I’m listening to made me think of you?” Admittedly, these texts can be kind of mushy, but even if you’re not in a full-blown relationship, it’s just a nice text to send and a nice text to receive—it’ll make the person in your life feel special.


    8. Do You Have A Hidden Agenda?

    In general if you’re free of anxiety and expectations, sending him a quick text isn’t a problem. The issues come when you have a hidden agenda that’s actually motivating you to text him.

    I get asked by woman all the time, “How can I keep a man’s interest?”.  And most of the time my answer is always the same. It’s not your job to entertain a man. You must show up as you.

    Its your authenticity, confidence and effortless radiance that naturally captivates a man. Not something you force.

    That’s not say that theres something wrong with learning how to be more flirty or learning how to text a man. There’s nothing wrong with that. It’s the intention and energy you put behind it. 

    Worrying about keeping a guys interest most of the time comes down to a self worth issue. About having to be a certain way to keep a man. And if you’re constantly worried about this, it’s going to affect the relationship.

    So before you send that text ask yourself what is the energy around this text? What’s really in my heart?

    If you’re sending it just to send it. Texting him because you’re feeling insecure, hoping for his approval or some kind of validation from him.

    Or if you know that you won’t be able to send the text without anxiously waiting for him to reply. Or obsessively checking your phone to see if he’s finally replied.

    Then hold off on texting him, until you are in a good place emotionally and mentally. 

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    15. Do you want to know if this relationship is going any further?

      There’s nothing wrong with telling someone how you feel over text and expressing that you see the connection developing into something more, like an exclusive relationship, Palmer says. If the person you’re feeling feels the same way, they’ll text you back and say so.

      However, once you say, “I’m really into you,” the ball will be in their court. That means being prepared to hear something you won’t like.

      Aryelle Siclait Editor Aryelle Siclait is the editor at Women’s Health where she writes and edits articles about relationships, sexual health, pop culture, and fashion for verticals across WomensHealthMag.com and the print magazine.

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