Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: In a house, or in a clinic.
Re: Do you call when you say you'll call...
It may be normal for "a guy" to do this, but certainly it is not normal for all guys. Have you ever looked at a large litter of puppies dantanph? If you haven't, one of life's greater joys is picking out a new puppy. Raising that puppy into a decent dog is another matter, but choosing the puppy is actually fun and quite interesting.
It is also very important, because while most puppies will become decent dogs with the proper training, others do not. Sometimes, it's because they may have some sort of physical defect, other times it's just plain personality.
That is why it's important to observe them for awhile and see how they behave when they are stressed, placed on their back, or watch them interact with other dogs in general.
Since we are talking about your "puppy", how has your husband behaved during the course of your relationship? Has this been the norm to say one thing and do another?
Furthermore, if you wanted to talk to him, why didn't you simply call, e-mail, or text him? It is up to us to meet our own needs, both in and outside of relationships dantanph. Even a good man can't possibly always know what you'd like him to do. I find that more of my needs get met, when I simply ask for them to be met.
What Iam saying, dantanph, is that if you miss him, you should simply call him and tell him that. This is not the sort of thing anyone on TAM can solve for you. You must be responsible. It is quite possible that he didn't call simply because you failed to make this need known to him. Why don't you call him and find out.