Have you ever experience the pull away syndrome (Alternatively, called, “The Shock Your Butt Back to Reality Syndrome!”)
This is when the relationship is going (so you imagine) great and all of a sudden out of nowhere Bang! Your partner begins to distant himself or herself without a reason(s).
As a result, you begin to panic and start pursuing them, psycho texting, emailing, or calling, and to no avail, each method of contact goes unanswered.
Instead of embracing the (silent) request, most people have the tendency to fall into an abyss of distressed, anxiousness, and perplexity for fear of abandonment.
As a result, most people try everything in their power to pull the person back without realizing thier attempt(s) just makes matters worse.
According to Lisa Fritscher (Fear of Abandonment, 2016), “People with the fear of abandonment tend to display compulsive behaviors and thought patterns that sabotage their relationships.
Food for thought: When life becomes too complex for us humans we have the tendency to revert into our mental cave in order to sort out and process information.
While in this psychological cave, a demand for affection could be perceived as a sign of clinginess or neediness.
Clinginess and being too needy are major turn-offs for anyone and if you become a nuisance while alone time is being (silently) requested the outcome could result in a break-up.
When you realize you are the master of your mind letting go and offering space would be effortless.
By understanding people need space to sort out their bullshit (without you adding to it), provides time for him/her to bounce back and explain why they suddenly withdraw.
If you find your thoughts starting to drift off into mindless chatter with the “ what if’s”, STOP IT!
Focus on what you want to create in your day and future and watch it unfold. Stop meditating on crap that induces bad emotion and, “Become the Master of your Mind!”
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