Fear of growing distance?
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So I'm going to pretense this with that all relationships have their ups and downs and some will naturally fizzle out. I'm glad you want to work on your relationship to keep it but do keep in mind that these things do happen. For starters ponder how long you two have been together... you mentioned that you have a job and you're in school, are you reacting negatively because stress is dictating your attention elsewhere? How long has this been an issue? I'm a big fan of "wait 2 weeks" before I act on anything emotionally driven. If the problem is still the same within 2 weeks then I can actively deal with the situation, but until those 2 weeks are up I think it's likely I'm just in a funk. If the feeling persists then it's warranted.
For starters you can begin to reflect... What are the qualities in this woman that made you pursue her in the first place? Has she lost some of those qualities, were they too superficial, etc. etc.
Do you click intellectually? Have you asked her about her thoughts on your hobbies or interest... sometimes we forget that a lot of attraction is surprise and when the unexpected is said and reflected on it can reignite the mystery in someone.
Have you tried experiencing something "new" together (i. e. going to an amusement park, an elaborate garden, a hike, etc.)? Doing something that sparks conversation beyond a movie could ignite a spark in you.
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