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Make Him Miss You: Why You Have To Leave To Get Him To Stay
How to Give a Man Space: Everything You Need To Know
Because every year it gets harder and harder, it seems, to get a man to commit to a relationship. With the many options out there to meet women, a lot of guys have a hard time making a decision. So we often find ourselves in situationships, dating someone for weeks or even months with no commitment , just to end up at square one again. And that gets frustrating very quickly. Like what in the world does it take for a man to commit to dating exclusively? Men will commit when they are given the freedom to. The more you try to get a man to commit, the less successful you will be.
Giving a Man Some Space Can Be a Good Thing
Now that it's and the future is female, I'd beg a gender role reversal and ask: Why is it that it feels like guys come back when you ignore them , too? I'm not condoning treating anyone like dirt, but every time I stop talking to a guy that I'm interested in, he creeps right back into my life. I've both shown too much interest and too little interest in guys I've been normal-level interested in. Why can't I just tell it like it is? It's not the most feminist, but it's a way I avoid stating my actual worries or feelings.
You try to ignore it. You try to justify. He may be there physically, but emotionally he seems to be somewhere else. You ask him, but he just brushes you off and makes you feel like a nuisance … which only adds fuel to your panicked heart.