What to do when your girlfriend pushes you away and asks for space. How to know if a relationship has truly run its course and it’s time to let your lover go and move on with your life, or if things can still be salvaged. What to do to give yourself the best possible chance to re-attract her.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss two different emails from two different viewers. The first email is from a viewer whose girlfriend of a year pushed him away, and told him that she needed some space. Predictably, he continued to pursue and not respect her wishes. She blows him off, and yet he continues to chase and try and become her therapist. He’s stuck in friend-zone and being treated like a second class citizen.
The second email is from a viewer who I answered a previous email of his back in September of last year (his email was the first one I discussed in the previous video). He walked away, and after three months she started reaching out to him again once her new boyfriend dumped her. The only thing is that he did not try and set dates when it was obvious she was ready to throw herself at him again, which is why he contacted me in the first place. He even made her become the man by doing nothing, and fortunately for him, she has invited him to be her date for a family wedding. She talks about how he is the perfect man for her, yet now the ex-boyfriend is trying to come back into the picture. She is now talking to the ex-boyfriend, and he’s on pins and needles. I tell him what to do now. Hopefully he will listen this time.
“Sometimes in life two people’s goals and values evolve over time to the point that they are no longer aligned. When this happens, it’s always best to let them go, wish them well on their journey, and be content with the fact that you gave it your best effort. Sometimes you may outgrow your lover or they may outgrow you. When things become dull, stagnant and boring, it’s time to either refocus on giving to one another if you have gotten caught up in life, or time to move on when you simply no longer feel the same internal desire to be with them romantically or make the effort. Time and space away from you is the best medicine for someone who no longer wants to be with you. Give them the gift of missing you, if they really truly value you and don’t want to lose you, they will come back. If they don’t, then you know it’s over.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne