How to stop your man emotionally pulling away from you

Imagine this: you feel you are in a good relationship, in fact, you don’t worry about any problems for months on end. Then, out of nowhere, he is no longer as attentive as he used to be, the phone calls are shorter, the texts are less frequent, and you just feel that something is wrong. Naturally, you try even harder to include him throughout daily life, but is that the right thing to do? A quick phone call or a few texts may seem harmless, but they could be making the problem worse. You could be setting yourself up for a major fail and will end up doing the exact opposite of what you were originally trying to do. To prevent that disaster, you should read, “Text Chemistry”, an informative eBook with details and advice regarding decisions you need to make, have already made, and if they could be right or wrong, in regards to the world of texting. art6-How-to-stop-your-man-emotionally-pulling-away-from-you-2-683x1024.png Men can feel very insecure and vulnerable at times, and sometimes just need time to themselves to be on their own. Being a completely open person can make some men feel slightly vulnerable, as opening up is not something they can do lightly. Knowing this about your man, you will know when to push, and when to leave him be. Instead of getting upset at him for not texting or calling, try making him feel good when he does call or text you. Do not make the first call, as this will show him that you don’t need a phone call every hour, and you are able to cope just fine without hearing his voice or reading a text from him. By being positive and upbeat when you do speak will show him how great of a person you are to be around, and he will feel better himself by being around you, allowing him to be relaxed and comfortable being vulnerable. Do keep in mind, things may not work out with in the way you hope if you find that you are no longer interested, and of course, there’s the possibility of someone new being on the horizon. This new relationship and new man could be something so natural, you’ll wonder what you were so worked up about in previous relationships. With this new prospect, don’t forget about the tips previously mentioned. In order to get your man to open up and speak about how he feels, respect any alone time he may need to work through problems he may be having, be tender with him, and let him know that you are ready and willing to listen to the problems he’s facing. All of this will not go unnoticed and he will appreciate you more in the long run. Honesty, openness, and of course, all the God-given talents that come with being a woman, will entice him to get closer to you! Hopefully you can see what to do when your man starts pulling away, and that it’s perfectly natural that he should need some alone time until he’s ready to open up. A lot of men go through this exact scenario, not just yours, and even men who have been in committed fulfilling relationships. It is up to you to stay calm, don’t push his buttons, and give him space and time when needed. Communication is key, he needs to know that you are interested in how he is feeling and interested in making him feel better, especially by being by his side. If he is worried about anything in the relationship, now is your chance to use the skills you have just learned, and make some time to talk it over, together. Apart from giving him time and space, it’s always a good idea to try and spice up the relationship. “Text Chemistry” by Amy North is the world’s top selling eBook about how to talk to men via text message and is a perfect lesson in creating desire within any man. Click the link below to see the #1 text message that makes any man shake with obsession! art6-How-to-stop-your-man-emotionally-pulling-away-from-you-1-683x1024.png


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