What To Do When Your Girlfriend Wants Space
Did your girlfriend just put your relationship on hold, claiming she wanted "some space?" Nine out of ten times, this is the prelude to the end of your relationship. Learn what you can do to save your romance, and keep your break from becoming a break up!
"I just need some space..."
Sound familiar? Unless your girlfriend's an astronaut, she's not looking for space at all. What she really wants to do is break up with you - at least temporarily - while she decides whether or not there's something better on the horizon. She gave you the space excuse to keep you around, just in case there's not.
So your girlfriend wants space... what did you do? Did you nod your head humbly and tiptoe away from the relationship? Or did you beg, and plead for her to reconsider? When faced with this situation, many guys don't know what to do. The romance was going along so well, and then suddenly they're faced with an unhappy girlfriend. In an effort to keep your girlfriend from becoming your ex, did you agree to her terms? Did you let her dictate the boundries of when, where, and how you'll talk to or see her next... or did she just tell you she'd call you when she's ready?
If you've bowed down and submitted to something as silly as taking a "break" from your relationship, you're already halfway to being single. There's nothing constructive about taking some time apart while you sit back worrying what your girlfriend's going to do next. Will she see other people? Is she going out on dates? Or is she going to magically realize she still loves you and come running back with tears in her eyes?
Well enough is enough. If you want your girlfriend back, you need to take charge of the situation. Leaving the decision in her own hands is only going to prolong your time apart. Feeling comfortable in knowing that you're waiting around for her, your girlfriend is going to play the field - see what her options are - and possibly end up leaving you for good.
Stepping Up and Taking Control of Your Potential Breakup
Let me let you in on a little secret: your girlfriend doesn't want space. She wants you to still love her unconditionally, while she does anything that she wants. Your girlfriend feels safe and secure in knowing that you're still around, which may be why she'll still keep some lines of communication open. Phone calls, text-messages... while you're giving her space you're also hanging onto the idea of loving and wanting her back. Worst of all, your girlfriend knows this. You're nothing but a puppy following her around.
Want your girlfriend back in your arms again? Then give her space. In fact, give her all the space that she asked for - and then galaxy upon galaxy more. Give her so much space that she can't even see you - disappear entirely from her life. When you're not calling, emailing, or leaving her messages... your girlfriend will suddenly turn around and wonder where you've gone.
Understand something: your girlfriend wants you in plain sight. During this little trial breakup, she needs to know that you're still there as her backup plan. When you're suddenly doing your own thing, it's not as much fun for her anymore. Being single and running around with her friends doesn't have the same appeal when she knows you're doing the same exact thing. This is why she didn't break up with you... she gave you that line about needing space in order to keep you exactly where she wants you: at home waiting around for her.
How Giving Her (Too Much) Space Will Make Her Want You Back
Giving your now exgirlfriend all the space in the world will immediately regain her interest. Stop calling and contacting her. And when she gets in touch with you? Tell her that you're pretty much finished, and wish her the best of luck. When she asks you what's wrong, tell her that the "taking a break from the relationship" thing just isn't working for you. Then get off the phone as quickly and politely as you can, and see how fast your girl starts chasing after you.
When your girlfriend wants space, what she really wants is a license to date other guys. You'll never get your girlfriend back by doing everything she wants - this will only lead her into another man's arms. To win her back, you'll need to take immediate action. Only by having a step-by-step plan of attack - by knowing what to do and exactly when to do it - can you re-open the door to your relationship and make your girlfriend want you again.
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