I don’t think there are many people out there who would dispute that.

A successful relationship requires trust, communication and a willingness to be open and honest with one another.

You might realize you have a lot in common and things might progress from there.

You might realize you have nothing in common but a mutual attraction. There are a lot of reasons a guy might not talk to you if he sees you in public. Evaluate the situation a little better before you jump to conclusions.

If he thinks of you as more than a booty call, you’re likely on that important person list in his mind so he probably talks to you about his family, friends, job and what kind of childhood he had. Sex is great but do you actually talk to the guy when he visits you or when you visit him?

If you know a lot about him and learned that information from him directly, you’re probably more than a booty call. If you just head straight to the bedroom without even bothering with a little chit chat first, chances are you’re a booty call to him.

In other words, if you let him treat you like a slut, you can’t be surprised if he continues to treat you like a slut. You’re not a slut for staying in the bedroom with him; you’re only a slut if you like a slut.

By enabling, you are creating an atmosphere in which the guy can continue his unacceptable behavior. And while we can’t hold him blameless – there’s no gun to his head, forcing him to sleep with you – you have to take responsibility for allowing him to come over and not take you out. I can’t come up with a better term for it, so we’ll stick with that, for now. Why did you go over her house with a bottle of wine and no intention of taking her out? The problem is, “because I can” puts the full onus on the guy.If you call him your boyfriend and he doesn’t call you his girlfriend, you might have something to worry about.Otherwise, it might just be a simple lack of definition.Again with this one though, it can be a little complicated.