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When Feelings Fade…
There Are 7 Things To Do

by Jaclyn Manerhon

If your guy appears to be losing interest, there could be several factors involved.

  1. He/she has met someone who momentarily seems more interesting than you.
  2. He/she is running scared because they feel himself falling too fast, too soon, and/or they’re not ready for a commitment. ( Some cannot bear the unloosening of their emotional strings, because it invokes such a feeling of vulnerability).
  3. He/she is bored.  Perhaps, you have failed to keep them stimulated and interested through your conversation or lack of imagination.

Note: Most people have a problem with rejection, but men seem to have a harder time.  A guy can make a decision to space on a mate, until it appears that the mate has similar ideas, at which time, his state of interest can change from a certain lack thereof to undying devotion.  One advantage men seem to have over us is their ability to act in a way that is totally opposite to what they feel.  With them, it’s mind over matter.  (A lesson that could well be learned by every woman involved in a serious relationship.)  It is agreed in most philosophical circles that it is not always best to express what one is truly feeling. 

 However, my feelings are (in addition to this truism,) that there are many forms of expression and one must be creative and determined enough to find those ways which succeed in communicating what needs to be said.

If you are involved in a relationship and your mate starts withdrawing with certain questionable behavior, then you must act according to your interest level.  Forget your curiosity and your need to know what is going on.  Simply do the following…

  1. Assume the possibility of another man or woman, it will keep you motivated.
  2. Immediately stop all phone calls to him/her.
  3. Assume the guise of mysterious behavior
  4. Make a dramatic change in your attire.
  5. Do not return his/her phone calls promptly.
  6. Ask to return his/her call instead of hanging up on a call in progress.
  7. Do not acknowledge or question his/her change in behavior or moods.

If your staged presentation succeeds in re-vitalizing their interest, do not resume the former posture of predictability.  Stick with what works!

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