Ready to learn exactly how to avoid some of the most common mistakes that will make him run in the opposite direction? Here are some of the top texts you should never send a guy. These are the bombs that guys hate reading, and you need to stop sending.
The “What’s Wrong?” Text
Not all questions are created equal, and if there is one question that you should never ask a guy via text, it’s that one.
Guys absolutely cringe when they see “what’s wrong?” pop up on their screen – just ask any guy.
It is basically the equivalent of texting, “I’m feeling insecure about us, please make me feel better”.
Don’t get me wrong, guys do want to make you feel better, but this is not the way…
If you’re noticing that he is a little less talkative or has been crabby the last couple of days, just give him space and talk about it when you are face to face.
Photos are easy to take, but just as easy to delete – and sometimes, that’s the better option.
Occasionally you might take a photo that isn’t exactly…. flattering. But you don’t see it straight away, so you fire it off before you really take a look at it.
Don’t misrepresent your personal brand by falling prey to this texting disaster. Before pressing send on any happy snaps, ask yourself if the lighting and angle are flattering.
If the answer to either of these is ‘no’ than that photo belongs in the trash, not your boyfriend’s inbox.
The Frustration Text
Next, let’s hit an even bigger turn off than a bad selfie – a seemingly harmless frustration text chock full of passive aggressive vibes. Don’t send it – he’s not going to like it.
So, instead of sending this:
“Did you make the bed this morning?”
Try spinning it in a playful way:
“Make the bed…and you might get lucky :-)”
Every time you have the urge to fire off one of these doozies, remember that it is a total passion killer, so spin those texts into positive messages.
The Tell-All Text
If there’s one golden rule to seduction, it’s mystery. When you leave your partner craving more, they’ll keep coming back for it.
Unfortunately, there is a thing called over sharing (hey, sharing is caring, right?). You know, life-story on a first date, the breakdown of our entire day in one text message… we’ve all been there.
As tempting as it is to tell him everything, learn to share just enough to pique his interest and stay on his mind. Do it in a masterful way, and he’ll be dragging the whole story out of you in no time flat.
So now you’re aware of the most common disaster texts – the texts you should never send a guy, and how you can avoid them! Follow these rules for texting that special guy in your life, and you’ll be well on your way to having fun and harnessing texting’s powerful seduction potential.