He’s so distant, and you don’t understand why. Most of the time, he doesn’t even respond to you, and trying to communicate with him is like talking to a brick wall.
When you ask him what’s wrong, he mumbles, “nothing” … or just ignores you. If you press him to talk, he gets angry.
The only time he pays attention to you is when he wants something from you. It’s usually sex. But you’re not interested anymore.
You used to be so close to each other. You’ve tried absolutely everything you can think of to get close again, but nothing is working. You wonder if he loves you anymore. You feel like giving up.
As a psychologist, I’ve had a lot of opportunity to observe how hard couples work at their relationships.
And I’ve observed a very frequent pattern:
When something’s wrong, it’s most often the woman (not always, of course) who notices and wants to talk–to figure out what’s wrong so they can fix the problem.
- So why does her mate shut her out?
- What can she do about it?
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