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Before I'd even arrived at my apartment, RJ sent a text thanking me for a great first date (follow-through, yep).The next day we flirted a bit as we exchanged more texts and talked on the phone. RJ asked if I would meet him for a walk in Central Park on the morning he was flying out.And yes, it’s rude to be on your phone when you’re with someone, but it could also be suspicious when it stays hidden, locked or in his or her hand at all times — especially when he or she leaves the room. But, I can tell you I do respond to people I want to talk to.And, don’t ever ask to see it because guaranteed your significant other won't let you. It's one thing if a few hours go by because you’re busy.
Sometimes, you don’t even have to try to find them; they literally fall into your lap.
Do you think that phone is on silent and face down for no reason at all? There’s a reason you can’t see it, find it or hear it.
Expect it be looked at only when you leave the room.
Unless, of course, the “do not disturb” option is turned on for any possible texter who could blow up his or her spot. But, when hours and hours and hours go by with nothing?
You can pretty much bet he or she is either preoccupied with someone else, doesn’t want you to know what he or she is really doing or you aren't worth talking to, from his or her perspective.