Afraid of being too Needy

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Afraid of being too Needy

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    CalebsGirl
    CalebsGirl
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    October 8, 2015 at 1:15 am #86684
    Afraid of being too Needy

    My bf and I have been together for almost a year and things are really good but lately I’ve noticed that he doesn’t make time for me as he used to. I understand that he’s working, but he spends so much time engaged in other activities and now we barely talk for like 10mins or less. I wouldn’t mind the 10mins but we don’t get to see each other often because of the long distance so our phone convos mean a lot and the fact that he spends so much time on other things hurts at times.What annoys me most is maybe because he spends like 3hrs in the gym every single day and always fall asleep while talking to me and takes time off to see about his car.
    I am very understanding but I’m starting to feel like I’m not important and that I’m just someone to talk to when he’s free. I know I may sound needy,but I believe that if you love someone, you would always make time for them. And though he knows that things between. us are different, he doesn’t want to admit that it’s cuz of him being so busy.


    mselizabeth
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    October 8, 2015 at 7:55 am #86687

    It’s very easy for guys to just zone out but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t value you and your time together. I think if you’ve been together for almost a year, thats a good indication that he cares a lot for you and wants to be with you. If you feel like you’re not spending enough time together and that you feel he’s losing interest, clearly communicate that to him and sort out a solution.

    Xiomn
    Xiomn
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    October 9, 2015 at 9:33 am #86741

    Best to sit down, talk and express how you’re feeling with him, ideally face to face as texting etc can be greatly misinterpreted in this kind of situation. That way he knows how you feel. Don’t bring it up a second time though after that.