Dating and giving space
We enjoy each other so much we want to spend every minute together.
We are here to shed some light on this misunderstood sly from the truth and lend you a hand on what is trying to be communicated when you hear those fateful three words the next time in your life.
Usually when someone says “I need time alone,” or “I need space” our fear ramps up. Is the real message, “I don’t like spending time with you?
” We tell ourselves stories that take us down the road of feeling rejected, abandoned and disapproved of.
Or, we make ourselves wrong for having a need for space. What if we looked deep within and understood that we, too, need ‘space and air’ in our relationship to increase our enjoyment of life and each other?
What if we heard our partner’s need for alone time or time with other friends and knew, without a doubt, that this would strengthen our love?
They are going to engage in a series of behaviors in order for them to try and forget about you.