I've read about the pull back phase or a phase when a man withdraws. It's confusing because there are accounts from women who said that after their guy disappeared, he came back and the relationship got stronger. The pullback happened before the guy became serious. Then there are those who say that a guy pulling back means he is not that into you, and this pullback phase is not really a phase at all, it's the end.
So men, which is it in general? Do you pull back/withdraw when your feelings are growing and you just need time to process things, or do you do this when you're no longer interested?
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if you reffer to the phase after ~3-4 months then that's the first euphoria of love fading. Love is quite litterally a drug, and especially uring the first months of infatuation the brain tells the body to release a lot of it. After that time passes it might feel like we're withdrawing, but that's not entirely the truth.
infatuation (blind love) is either replaced by true love or we find out you're not the right one (and we leave). (blind love turns into rational love)
It's the critical phaze where you find out if it'll hold or not. And there's nothing you girls can do, nor is there anything we guys can do. It's just how it is.0
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