What you should do when a woman you are dating says that she needs some space or she suddenly stops responding to your phone calls, texts or messages. How to determine if the woman you are dating is emotionally unstable or if you’re simply chasing her away with needy or stalkerish behavior.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose girlfriend of five months suddenly stopped responding to his texts, phone calls and messages. After several days she got in touch with him to say that she needed space. Three weeks later she reached out to him and the courtship resumed, but the sex stopped when they started dating again.
A few weeks later she started ignoring him again after suggesting he could be happier with someone else on their last date. He wants to know if she is a fruitloop or if there is something else going on.
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“Usually when someone you are dating says that they need some space it’s because they are starting to feel smothered by you and that they are losing their freedom. This causes them to feel like you are attached to the idea of being with them as the source of your happiness, instead of loving them unconditionally and sharing your completeness with them as an equal. They go from feeling loved by you to feeling like you are trying possess and control them. Give those you love the space to choose you or leave you. If they leave you they were never yours anyway. True love is two people mutually wanting each other out of desire, not a need to possess or control.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne