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And if I call, it's almost like he's relieved that I've called - or just very happy.
Other times I feel like, maybe he needs one or two days more space and I just wasn't understanding this dynamic.
So if you just start building that trust with your man, then eventually he will come to. I am thinking that since he seems to need to pull back after our intense dates that I should give him some time to adjust emotionally or how ever he is rationalizing it in his mind. He mentioned to me that when he doesn't want to deal with things emotionally - like fear of getting close and the lot, he tends to drown himself in his work and he shuts everything else out for a time.
I feel like calling him would be pushing him -- like I'm forcing him to talk with me right then and deal with his fear rather than let him make his next move with he's at his comfort level again. I mean, I'm not worried that he'll shut me out of his life or anything. Originally posted by maria72 Has he been married before?
And if you were to kick him to the curb it would really hurt because he gave his all in the relationship. Reassure him that as long as he treats you the way he treats you that you will be by his side for as long as he wants you. And just asking questions to yourself like "is he worth it to you? I imagine that would mean not pressuring him and letting him have that space and at the same time not being resentful, and when we do spend that time together letting him know that I'm here as long as he treats me well? Originally posted by disguy After awhile, a long while might i add, it took me to finally start to open up. But if he doesn't wanna take that risk then all is lost.
These are just some of the things that i had when i felt the way that he might be feeling. " Just try to spend as much time together as you can. Mind you he's never said he needs "space" or anything like that, but I can see he's trying to distance his feelings. Its up to you to find out if he's willing to take that risk. Just kinda start off with little hints about how he's feeling. About the space, well i never really needed space when it came to that. And if you can give that to him, then i think he will come around. He has told me alot about himself, his issues, and his feelings - but only to an extent, and he did this before say our last two dates which were more personal in terms of connecting not just mentally as we have of the past few years, but now suddenly in a romantic more heart felt way. I certainly didn't expect to have that type of connection and I'm certain that it caught him off guard too.
But when I look objectively at his behavior, It seems that he's doing exactly what one would to if they were still grappling with those issues. Well you guys seem to have a very strong connection.
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