Occupying yourself with activities without your partner can relieve the anticipation before calling them for another date or waiting for them to call you.
Even if you are constantly thinking about your partner but you want to be patient, finding another activity will distract you from the thought of them. Sometimes waiting for the next contact can be like waiting for Christmas morning when you were a child, but it could keep them interested in you.
Put the Situation into Perspective
Taking a moment to put the relationship into perspective will help you realize what the next step should be.
If you have only dated a person a few times but you want to see them every moment, you are probably feeling infatuation, not love. While it is difficult for many people to be rational in relationships, taking the time to realize that you need to know someone better before taking the next step can improve your patience.
Finding the nonsexual joys in your partner can help you be patient if you are waiting for the right time to sleep with them.
Avoiding any intimate situations so that you can prevent the temptation will help you avoid feeling overwhelmed with impatient desire. On a date, for example, go for a walk in the park or go out for dinner. Ending the date without inviting your partner inside will decrease your desire and help you be more patient.
Follow Your Impulses Instead
When you feel like you want to go against the conventions of waiting for a few days to call or wait for him to call, follow your impulses.
He may feel the same way and want to see you right away. This is passionate and what many consider love to be all about. Whether you are waiting for a conversation or a text about a second or third date, go ahead and be impulsive. Many people in relationships are relieved when the other person gets straight to the point.