Relationship of 2 years getting stale

Discussion in 'Relationships' started by Anjali Noronha, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. Anjali Noronha

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    My gf and i been dating 2 years. Im a very much physical touch person. Not sex but like to hug and cuddle.she ignores me and never makes time to have a real conversation with me. Ive tried to talk to her about it i get called clingy and i should understanfd she is busy. Instead of being the clingy girlfriend. I have decided to ignore her too and play hard to get game. How should I do that?
     
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  2. lorienczhiu

    lorienczhiu Well-Known Member

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    You shouldn't play a game, you should
    (a) decide it's fine with you that your girlfriend doesn't meet your physical affection needs and dismisses them, and find other ways to meet your cuddle needs,
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    (b) break up.

    Don't manipulate your partner. You asked for what you wanted, she said no. What you do next is decide if you are fine with her "no" or not.
     
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  3. poppyseed26

    poppyseed26 New Member

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    If your girlfriend is ignoring your needs then she’s not the girl for you. Even if she is busy, she should make time for you. Move on and find someone else to cuddle!
     
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  4. Matt

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    Communication is key in any relationship.. its important to respect each other as well. At this point for me I would just dump her and move on.

    Find somebody that respects you and values you.
     
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  5. Pi3

    Pi3 Well-Known Member

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    agree with what matt said, I also too had this issue but I was the busy one. My gf wanted more affections, and I thought i provided her with what I could. she brought it up and we talked, I realised the way I expressed my affections (in my busy way) and how she wanted it were two different things. someone suggested this to me, but i am not sure if you are interested.



    it gave me a new perspective of love
     
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