Women: The Top 4 Reasons Men Pull Away & What You Can Do About It

Written by on July 9, 2015 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments

Video Source: Sexy Confidence

In this video, Adam LoDolce of sexy confidence.com shares the reasons men pull away and offers some sound advice on how to deal with it.

Top 4 Reasons Men Pull Away

1. Fear

Fear is a big motivator and a man could be feeling a myriad of different fears in a relationship such as: fear of being vulnerable, losing his freedom or even of being too dependent or clingy.

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2. External Circumstances

A man could be pulled away by work issues, family problems or any other circumstance outside of your relationship. He may not be able — or may not even want — to communicate with you about this.

3. It’s Just a Phase

Relationships go through phases and cycles just like everything else in life. You have times of closeness and times of individuation when you need to have more space. Don’t take these cycles personally. Just as an exhale leads to an inhale, a period of more separation will come back to closeness again.


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4. Losing Interest

Yes, a man can pull away for the most simple and obvious reason: he’s losing interest in the relationship.

Now that you know the 4 top reasons a man pulls away, here’s what you can do about it.

Don’t give into your instinctual desire to close the gap and reign him back in.

Give him a some space.

If you’re not in a committed relationship, you may even consider dating others so that he can explore his natural instinct to draw back closer to you — or not.

If you are in a committed relationship, use the space you give him as “me time” for yourself. Go out with friends, do things you love to do, and basically strengthen you’re relationship with yourself.

If nothing shifts during this give-him-space period, then after a while, talk to him about it. Since you’ve given him some space to figure out his own feelings and desires, he’ll be in a much clearer space to talk from an honest, heart-felt place.

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