It depends on how he says it and what's going on at the time. Sure, calling a girl 'Princess' might indicate a guy likes her, But it also might be used sarcastically if the girl is acting 'precious' and being too demanding.
Take a look at how you behave and decide whether he's calling you that because he values you and thinks you're special, or if he's trying to tell you that you seem to be too demanding and not very easy to get along with.
I'm in a long distance relationship. We hardly see each other but communication was strong. Now he goes days without calling and when I call or text, he doesn't reply or return my calls untill days after. I've talked to him several times about it, but he blames it on his new job. It's not the first time he's gone silent on me with no explanation, leaving me guessing and wondering what I did wrong. He neither replies to texts nor returns my calls. Do I have a narcissistic partner?
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