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In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal tell you when a girl should call the guy.
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Tamsen: Hey everybody, Matt and Tamsen here. Okay, today’s question do guys think a girl is too pushy if she always calls first or the guys like that?
Matt: Why do you always get started?
Tamsen: No, guys don’t like that because I don’t call.
Matt: Oh, that’s right.
Tamsen: Guys don’t want you to call them.
Matt: Don’t call a guy first, ever. You call guy first if the relationship is going. I don’t care if I make a general statement, you can fight me.
Tamsen: It’s very general.
Matt: It’s very general but you know what that means you are creating the scenario.
Tamsen: There is a pattern going on so you are initiating.
Matt: You are chasing him. You want to be the chasee or you want to the one that is chase?
Matt: Is chasing works?
Tamsen: Some years ago, probably not. Why hasn’t he called?
Matt: He. He called.
Tamsen: He, he is the operative word there. He is supposed to be calling you. So if you have to wait, just wait but do not pick up the phone, guys don’t like it and I don’t care what they say.
Matt: I do one better that if he is not calling, he is not interested. Now do you want to go? Do you want to chase him if he is not interested he is in the, he is. Oh that’s not our book, sorry. Honestly, don’t call and I have nothing more to say.
Tamsen: Call us instead. This has been Matt and Tamsen, send any of your dating, relationship or love questions our way. We are here to answer it for you. Take care.