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How To Deal When Your Partner Starts To Ignore You

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This post is about how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you.

Happy New Year Guys!!!! I am so excited for this year guys, I have so much planned for you guys and also this is the first blog post for 2020 so without wasting any more time let’s get into today’s post which is all about how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you.

There are different stages of a relationship, the first stage is the attraction and romance all couples go through this phase, this phase occurs at the beginning of your relationship, this phase is a lot of fun and these stages last long from anywhere between three months to about two years.

Stage two of a relationship is where reality sets in, this stage is very crucial because most relationship ends at this stage.

Stage three is the disappointment stage inside this stage is where the topic for today comes for, this stage is where your partner starts to ignore you and sometimes it might be because your partner is just tired of the relationship and sometimes it might just be that they have a lot of things on their mind.

How To Deal When Your Partner Starts To Ignore You

Give Your Partner Space: Tip number on how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you is to give your partner. I always place emphasis on this a lot, always give your partner the space that they need, let your partner know that whenever they need their space that they will have it.

Consider If Your Partner is Going Through Something: Like I said before your partner might be going through something that they are not ready to share with you. Do not always assume things or jump to conclusions consider that they might not be sharing some things with you because you might not understand or they just do not want to bother you.

Avoid The Temptation Of Ignoring Your partner: Another tip on how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you is to avoid the temptation of ignoring your partner. This is very important don’t say because your partner has been ignoring you, you will do the same to them, it doesn’t work that way, your partner might be having issues at work that he/she feels they shouldn’t bother you with so do not do the same thing to your partner, do not ignore because if you do you might just hurt them in the process.

Use Empathic Body Language: This might be a bit tricky but I am sure that it will help, use your body language to tell your partner whatever it is that they are going to you are going to be there for him/her.

Express How You Feel: Let your partner know how much it hurts you that he/she is ignoring you, let them know that you love them, but communicate with your partner, it is very key in every relationship if you tell them how you feel he/she can never know that you are hurting or that they are ignoring you so let your partner know just how you feel.

Listen To Your Partner: The last tip on how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you is to listen to him/her. When your partner is ready to talk.

That is all the tip I have for you on how to deal when your partner starts to ignore you, if something is bothering your partner you can’t force them to talk, you just have to hope and be there for them when they are ready to open up to you.

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14 Comments

  1. Great post. It can be so hard to read people and figure out what’s going on no matter how well we know them.
    If I feel my partner closing off a little I do the same and we hit stalemate, neither one willing to back down.

    Relationships are tough x

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    1. Thank you, Yes you are right, relationships are tough but I believe if you and your partner work together, it will work out

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  2. Great post. Don’t ignore your partner when they ignore you is an important thing to remember. Thanks for sharing

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  3. Great post. I love that your talking about a subject that probably has happened to most people at some point yet we never speak about it.

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    1. Totally true

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  4. MoneyfortheMamas says:

    Every wife should read this! I need to practice patience and not jumping to conclusions more. Thanks for the nudge!

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    1. You are most welcome

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  5. katelyn | embark to explore says:

    this post is great because it reminds me that I need to step out of my own ‘shoes’ for a second and consider what someone else may be thinking/going through. As someone who’s young and i’m in a long term relationship with my partner, it can be hard to take a step back sometimes bc we’re each others first proper relationship – we didn’t have much practise before we met each other, ha! thank you for writing this!

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    1. I am glad that you liked it and that I could help

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  6. Abina George says:

    I’m so glad you mentioned that sometimes your partner is going through something. Personally, my partner has previously thought I was mad with him when I just had something on my mind. https://www.thoughtsparsed.com

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    1. Most people ignore that fact

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  7. DidiCrawford says:

    Thank you for sharing this! So insightful and really thought-provoking. I will also add, talk to your partner about your own feelings. At the end of the day, a relationship is about the amalgamation of two people. Sometimes, the other person’s negative feelings have an effect on us, so I think for your own mental health I think it’s important to take a moment and say ‘I am sorry you’re going through this, but I am your friend, your other half, so please be aware that your actions and feelings affect me’. https://didicrawford.com/

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