he wants space for a week is he going to cheat
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 06:43 AM
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 06:58 AM
My advice to you is to let him have some breathing room.
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 08:03 AM
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 08:42 AM
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 08:50 AM
If he tells you that he needs space it's because he wants to recover emotionally from all the fighting you do. Some people get very stressed out when they're in constant conflict even if the arguments are about minor things.
I'll be blunt, you need to find ways to control yourself and not fight or argue about things that aren't important. This is not easy to do if it's something that's ingrained in your personality.
The fact that he wants space from you doesn't mean that he wants to cheat. I wouldn't be surprised if he sees you as an opponent to deal with if you're fighting on a constant bases, and I can easily see how that would affect intimacy.
If you want to keep your relationship with this man, you need to start relating to him in a way that's more harmonious. You need to break the habit of fighting or arguing about little things. In the mean time, be kind and allow him the space he needs. If he's working long hours, he's more likely to be physically tired as well, and he needs a place where he can relax and rest, not fight and argue.
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 06:50 PM
Posted Sat Jun 16, 2012 07:10 PM
Posted Sun Jun 17, 2012 04:47 AM
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Posted Mon Jun 18, 2012 08:38 AM
In most cases you are absolutely correct backcheck...but on the flip side, I know a few couples that literally fight like cats and dogs but are solid as a rock in their relationships. What really impresses me too is how they make up afterwards.
Posted Tue Jun 19, 2012 08:00 AM
With regards giving each other space, sometimes we all need space in relationships to reflect and think about our relationships, there is the saying absence makes the heart grow fonder. I think we all can be guilty of not giving each other space at times, I know I am and have suffered because of it. I now try to give more space, but sometimes it seems I can't.
Posted Wed Jun 20, 2012 03:48 AM
See past the short term objective (him being with you), and consider what it would be like being in a relationship with a guy who doesn't want to be with you. It's a recipe for greater diminishing of self esteem than him merely breaking up with you.
There are lots of guys out there, many of them are great. Mourn the loss, that's okay. It only means you were real about it, and that's a good thing. But you will meet another, perhaps many, and you'll be on your way in no time.
Rock on, lady...tomorrow always comes. Might as well go into it head first.
Posted Thu Jun 21, 2012 06:29 PM
Figure out what you've been fighting about and why. Many men don't want a woman in their lives to have someone safe to scream at - they want someone to love them.
If you can fill up the week with all the things he does that you don't like, you don't want him back.You may want someone, but it sure isn't him. Ask yourself, Cat: what's the attraction? If he's so annoying, dump him and find somebody more to your liking. And do you really think that, after all the bickering, he gets off work and thinks "I just can't wait to get home to my sweet darling KittyKitty."
You're either better off without him, or you'd better make a change. Finding the right person is a challenge, but much, much easier than being the right person...
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 07:23 AM
m happpy .... but tips to avodi conflict would be helpful as we both have quick tepers
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 08:20 AM
Having a bad temper is basically an attitude that's not conducive to good relations with other people. If you're an adult, you should own your emotions and deal with them as opposed to unload over other people. If your boyfriend does the same, then you should start by looking at some self-help material that would help you to control yourselves better. There's no excuse for an adult to behave like an angry teenager.
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 10:11 AM
Ways to avoid conflict :
1.) Don't communicate.
2.) Don't give a shit about anything regarding the other person. (Don't care)
3.) Start a daily regimen of ecstasy.
Good luck with that.
Posted Wed Jun 27, 2012 01:22 PM
Posted Thu Jun 28, 2012 11:14 AM