If that’s not the case, talking about it is nothing but a big waste of time, don’t you think? [Read: How to think like a man and impress your guy] Men are just not into phones Most women have a problem trying to understand this part of men. All he can do is nod mechanically and hum an out-of-rhythm tune of ah-ha’s, uh-huh’s, and …erms.
But men in general, are not really into using phones for a long duration. And after a while, a sore nodding neck and a restless mind can do more damage to him than a hectic day at his workplace.
(That said, a potential partner who always insists on ringing you may have something to hide – such as a spouse.) Decide a time when you’ll be relaxed, rested, able to concentrate without interruption.
(That said, once connection is established, someone who specifies rigid time slots outside of which they are unobtainable may have something to hide.) For the first call in particular, prepare by looking over your potential partner’s profile and your email exchanges and preparing a few starter questions to get the conversation going. One thing to remember with phone calls is that, unlike emails, there is no record of what was said.
Strike a balance between what you’re going to talk about and what you’re going to ask about – there needs to be an equal flow of question and answer, of speaking and listening. If your memory is not good, or you are talking with more than one ‘front-runner’, it can be helpful to jot down some notes.
With these, the same principles apply as on a phone call, though seeing a potential partner’s face gives you more to go on than voice alone.
This stage begins to feel more like real-life dating than before, but still needs careful navigation.
Here’s the real reason behind why men hate talking on the phone. The man’s point of view Firstly, men do like talking on the phone. Men lose their confidence Men don’t have a problem conversing about nothing for hours on end face to face.