What you should do and how you should respond when your girlfriend says that she needs space or that she is afraid that things between you will end. How to refine your behavior and actions so she starts pursuing and chasing you again as well as wanting to spend more time together.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer whose girlfriend said that she needs space. He’s been over-pursuing, over-texting and constantly hovering around her seeking her approval and trying to lock her into a relationship.
The worst part is that she has told him numerous times to wait for her to contact him, but he never listens. When he does not hear from her he ignores the advice she gave him and calls her anyways. He’s driving her away.
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“Too many men screw up their chances with women they are dating or their girlfriends by smothering them with excessive texting, contact and pursuit. They incorrectly assume that they have to prove themselves to women. The reality is that nature has already taken care of attraction. When a man and a woman are sexually attracted to one another, it’s simply a matter of spending fun times together and not constantly trying to determine where you stand or if they still like you. When you constantly question your own value and attractiveness to your lover due to neediness or insecurity, eventually they will question it too and back away.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne