Badbitchxx saidJust started seeing this guy and we've been kicking it off great but since I started being more affectionate he started being less. I say things like "I like u" and he says "I like you too" but I'm always the one to say things first. I need someone who says the nice things first sometimes and is nice to me regardless, not just when I'm nice and says what I say back to me. Hat do I do? Should I break up wih this guy or keep trying to possibly make him more affectionate or maybe even learn to deal with it. He's a great guy which make this even harder for me to decide, please help.
If you're needy of affection, this particular relationship is doomed to failure.
Some folks don't communicate how they feel well, especially in a generation that's never learned proper social nuance and the art of vocal communication, instead of texting, etc.
Make sure most of your communications are voice. It imparts much more speed and meaning to the conversation, and eliminates much misunderstanding.
True affection takes time to develop, and you failed to state how long you've been bantering about with this other guy. He likely is not saying it because he's not feeling it, yet, and may never. True affection and deepness of relationship takes time to develop. You may have a case of puppy love that is best set aside for the moment.