Gf is suddenly ignoring me??

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Gf is suddenly ignoring me??

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    lahlah
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    March 25, 2017 at 3:41 am #131164
    Gf is suddenly ignoring me??

    I’m a girl and I’ve been dating my girlfriend for about 3 weeks. We were friends for about 6 months before that. I’ve tried my best to be a good gf. I listen to any problems she has and try to help in any way possible. I always make time to see her at school. I show affection all the time. We don’t get to see each other very often because our parents are very homophobic and won’t let us see each other outside of school. Over the last week she started to ignore me. She never wants to talk and walks away from me when I try to speak. She said we need to take a break for a few days. Idk what to do or what I did wrong.


    Asha
    Participant
    May 31, 2017 at 2:38 pm #137999

    The best thing to do in this situation is to give her the space she requires. From experience, not giving her space can make things worse between the two of you. Some people have a harder time communicating their emotions to others. I think you should tell her by text or in person that you are there for her when she is ready to talk about whatever it is that’s on her mind. When she does come to you, you have to keep an open mind and do not disagree with her in regards to what she is feeling, try to understand where she is coming from and why she is feeling the way she is.


    TheEastWind79
    Participant
    June 1, 2017 at 7:51 pm #138163

    I would just give hr space and when she is ready to talk, then you can try and communicate with her.