so hungry for love that she accidentally suffocates her partner’s love from forming because she never gives him any psychological space to experience a wanting for her.
It’s been said that we fall in love with our partner when they’re away.
Think about it: Have you ever had a time where you were with someone and you had a good time, and then later when you were by yourself you started thinking about them. Maybe you started thinking about their name, the look on their face when they said something, the way you felt butterflies in your stomach when he was near you. And the more you think about all of that, the more you start imagining what it would be like if the two of you were together in different ways.
That process of falling in love didn’t take place when you were with them – it took place when you were alone, privately reflecting on your own thoughts and experiencing the fun and fantasy of what love might be like with that other person.
This is part of the human process we all have for falling in love. With that in mind, you can see how important it is to let a man have the space to do this.
Just imagine what a disaster it would be if a man was starting to go through this process of falling in love, but because the woman was in a needy mind state she was constantly interrupting him with text messages and phone calls to receive reassurance that he’s into her. Ironically, if she just gave him his space, he would have gone through the process and fallen in love, but her neediness suffocated it from being possible.
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Hope it helps,