He said the distance made him lose feelings, what does this mean?
Last Updated: 03/09/2021 at 4:36pm
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Without context, it could mean that he feels like the distance between you two makes it hard for him to keep feeling the same way for or about you.
its an excuse sweetie, it can be true though but most of the time it isnt, theres usually something deeper behind it, hes bull shitting
From your significant other's response I can really hear you have a lot of questions and doubts in your mind about the progression of your relationship. Depending on what you look for in a relationship this can be a really tricky question to answer. Long distance can be really difficult and challenging at times. Phases can be good at times and slightly tougher at times. Distance from your significant other can make you question what is going on in their life (e.g. personal issues) as you are not physically present with them. For you to understand where you stand on your relationship and where he stands can involve arranging meetings with each other, and messages. Consistency of communication in long-distance relationships is key and clearing any doubts within a relationship is key! As much as you believe there is maybe a negative in him losing his feelings for you perhaps this means thinking time is needed on what each others boundaries are as well as each others general expectations from relationships. It can be very difficult when you cannot see your partner very often like other couples may be able to as you are relying on communication on the phone and through message. Not being able to read someone's verbal communication can make one feel uneasy and crave for gatherings. Thoughts can start to run through your head with doubts and worrying. There are listeners on our site you can approach anonymously to share your thoughts and feelings. Relate is another organization that provides support concerning relationships. Don't lose your faith and hope. Keep investing your efforts into the relationship and all you can do is wait and see what he thinks and feels. Best of luck!
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