It's the hard law of seduction between two people, but exchanges can sometimes become less frequent, or even stop. This can happen after a first meeting in a café or during an exchange on a dating app, for example. And you're determined to find out why, so you can rekindle the conversation with your crush? Here are a few tips.


Analyze what caused the exchange to run out of steam

Is the exchange with your crush becoming less frequent, or even running out of steam altogether? Then you're likely to send several text messages in the hope of getting a response. And that's not necessarily the right thing to do. Instead of rushing into things, take a few moments to understand what's happened.

After a first meeting, you may have lost some of your interest. Try to rethink your exchange and the signs the person may have shown. On the networks, the person may not have the time to send regular messages, or you may have done something that caused them to distance themselves. Here too, take the time to go back and reread the exchanges. You may find some answers.

Whatever the case, and whatever the situation, don't bombard the person with messages at the risk of appearing insistent. This is the time to rack your brains a little to get the conversation going again, and perhaps rekindle the interest of the person you're trying to seduce.


How do you restart a conversation by text message or network message?

It's never easy to deal with silence when you're feeling attracted to someone. Fortunately, our smartphones offer us the opportunity to easily recontact the person and perhaps rekindle the exchange. The important thing is to find the right topics for conversation.

In the first instance, don't hesitate to let a few days pass before sending your message to reopen the discussion. This will show that you're not lying in wait and that you're busy too.

After 5 or 6 days, you can then send your text message, asking an open-ended question such as "How are you today? As a question needs an answer, you should normally receive a message in return.

The question can also be about a subject you've been talking about, such as "Did you get to see the movie we talked about?", "How did your job interview go?", etc. In addition to requiring an answer, these questions show that you're interested in the person concerned. In addition to eliciting a response, these questions show that you're interested in the person concerned. It's also an excellent way of avoiding banalities, which can quickly get out of hand.

After that, the conclusion should be clear: either you don't get a response, and that means your crush is unfortunately not interested; or she responds without elaborating, and that may mean she's polite, but doesn't particularly want to pursue it; or she's honest, and tells you clearly that she's not interested.

We're talking here about the most pessimistic versions, because of course your crush may have gone radio-silent because he was very busy or had an urgent situation. In this case, your message may well get the ball rolling again and lead to a resumption of exchanges.