One of the most frightening things for many people in a relationship is when their partner, or even a good friend, he ignores them. It feels like rejection in many ways.
Being ignored is one of the most “detonating” behaviors you can experience. It offers emotions you didn’t even know you had.
When it comes to a romantic relationship and your husband ignores you, you wonder if you did something wrong. Was that something you did?
And here’s a question you may not realize is important: It matters if you did something that “made him” ignore you?
Surprisingly, men are not usually ignored for the same reasons that women do. In fact, he may not even be ignoring you at all.
Let’s start with 3 signs you really don’t know:
Sign no. 1: Do not reply to text messages that you send questions…
You may be wondering why you qualify your texts as questions.
That’s because when you send him a text message, for example: “My mom is coming to visit this weekend.”
YOU could expect some sort of response to this. After all, one of your girlfriends would probably answer, “OMG! Are you ready? I hope you’re doing well …” Etc.
You will probably receive a text response indicating some kind of connection between you and your girlfriend.
Guys don’t think so.
That shouldn’t come as a surprise to you, but I bet you’re still fighting inside, right?
Yes, the truth is that a man will read the same text: “My mom is coming to visit this weekend” and don’t hit a tab.
You might think to yourself, “She has that. She just informs me and keeps me posted. And he knows I’m going rafting with my friends, so we wouldn’t stay long anyway. “
And what does he do?
He does not answer.
Because there doesn’t seem to be any NEED to respond to your text. You didn’t ask him any questions.
I’ll talk more about that in a moment …
At the moment, you have to realize that if you ask a question and he doesn’t answer, he is ignoring you.
Sign no. 2: Don’t stray from your path at all …
Look, let’s be honest: once we’re in a relationship, both parties stop working as hard as they did in the beginning. Is NATURAL.
But the men seem to cool off a bit more and stop trying. While this may not always be a sign of ignorance, it can be a problem.
If it doesn’t accommodate or help you, you may have a problem. A man should respond with at least a basic level of concern for your situation.
And if they don’t get used to you or turn away from you, or even resist he is probably ignoring you.
Sign no. 3: It doesn’t seem so connected to you …
The connection is something that a woman’s emotional system is tight. A woman knows when she has a good connection with a friend and when she doesn’t.
And when it comes to a love interest, women are constantly on the lookout for any changes that tell you there is a problem with the connection. If your man doesn’t feel “connected” to you, and you feel it on your instinct, you know you have to trust that feeling.
“When you start to feel ‘invisible’ to him, you know you need something more …” – Carlos Cavallo
So what do you think when you get to the IGNORANT phase?
Let’s take a look at some of the things a man might feel when he arrives at this place:
What is a man thinking when he ignores you: you’re hooked …
If a man is hurt by you, yes, he will retire or retire.
The best part is that you know you did it. There will be no questions in your head about “Did I say something wrong?” or “Did I make a joke?”
You will to know that.
So if you’re wondering if you did or said something wrong, probably he did not actually silly.
The following reason is more likely:
What does a man think when he ignores you: he’s scared …
To put it bluntly, you frightened him with your behavior.
Now, there are some ways to scare a boy:
1. You scared him into becoming a Cling-on …
No, I don’t mean you’re one Klingon from the TV show “Star Trek”. I mean he feels like you’re too “stuck” and maybe a little too needy.
(If you haven’t read it, you may want to check out my article on how to stop being needy and insecure …)
Being overly attached or in need is not the problem. If he YOU FEEL that, it is true for him. Just like if you feel a lost connection, that’s it real for you.
So the problem you are trying to solve is how to get some breathing. A man does not feel like a man if he is too connected with you.
I know, it probably hurts to hear that. How can a person be too connected? you think. Isn’t that the point?
Well, yes, and no.
Men are different than women.
While it may seem obvious, I’d like you to stop and really feel how it affects you: Men are different than women.
You to believe that? I think we all do it on a very obvious level.
Despite what the media tries to make us believe about gender fluidity, we know that the main polarity of life is masculine and feminine. It is everywhere in nature and in your own consciousness.
Guys don’t feel in touch with their basic masculinity when they are constantly connected to a woman.
This can be a revelation for many women, and is almost discouraging.
But if you know how to manage your time and connection with a man, you can make your relationship work. Much better than any woman who doesn’t understand this.
2. You scared him by going “sideways”
In football, if a team crosses the line too soon to the opposing team, it is called “out of side”. And it comes with a penalty.
The same thing happens in relationships.
If you jumped the gun by asking a question or hinting that you were advancing faster than you were prepared to, you may be hit with an “out-of-band” penalty from your man. He will pull back, as if to say “Wow, nelly! Commitment police: Come on!”
And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. A man does one must know that things must move towards a compromise. This will make you think about your relationship in the right way.
DESPITE THATif you push the long-term relationship / commitment part too quickly, it will scare you and he will ignore you.
The problem is, of course, that some guys just won’t help you move forward. And you’ll feel like you’re pushing it, no matter what.
The key is to make sure you’re checking your “move forward“emotions as much as you can. I’ll tell you how to do it in a little while …
3. You scared him changing…
A man expects the woman he knows at first to be who you really are.
If you find yourself changing your behavior to suit a relationship, or what you think you want to approve of, and then change later, this will scare you.
It is one of the main complaints of men about their relationship:
ACT SWEET TO MAKE A MAN, THEN CHANGE.
A woman should not start playing the role of supernova at first, and then change. You better present yourself as you are and expose everything. It just feels more honest.
When a woman changes her whole way of being after starting a relationship, men feel like they have cheated on us. Deceived.
He made a fool of himself.
Suddenly, we no longer know what to believe. I we feel we can’t really trust the woman.
When that happens, a man will retire. You will no longer be his focus because he will feel a little betrayed.
Some women explain the behavior of a man like him to “hold back” his feelings. This is only true when you feel you have a legitimate one REASON not to chase.
Which really means he doesn’t feel it’s enough!
Remember Carles GREAT RULE ON RELATIONSHIPS:
If a guy is really attracted and interested in you, he will make you a priority.
If you don’t like it, it will keep you away. Men don’t run in a tug-of-war over their emotions. Men don’t slow down if we’re really interested.
It doesn’t happen …!
So stop using it as an excuse. Like, “He’s so confused and he loves me so much he can’t figure out how to act …”
This is no how men work.
All you have to do is make a man so obsessed with you that he loses any doubt about you …
He will TO WANT to move forward whatever happens.
When a man feels his the obsession switch has been turnedhe will anything have you.
Find out how to stop your lies and distance HERE …
Updated on 5/2021
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