And even if you do find him, almost always, he’s already in someone else’s arms.
But have you ever wondered what really separates an average boyfriend from a great one?
(Playing therapist typically backfires for the reasons stated above.) Just remember to be a source of relief for him without directly trying to “help him” with the problem.
When he feels relief from you, it will be easier for him to work out his own issues.
Should I stop texting him all together, or will that be showing that I don’t care and that I’m not supportive?
I want him to know I’m here for him and that I’m not going anywhere, even though it’s tough. Here are a few things to consider: First, remember that his situation is tough for him (independent of whether or not he’s in a relationship).
There’s the potential of a great boyfriend in every guy, if only he chooses to reflect within and turn himself into the man of your dreams.
They won’t resent the gesture in it of itself, but they’ll resent the fact that they feel like they’re an object of pity … MORE: What to Do When He Says He Needs Space Instead, the best thing that you can do is admire and appreciate all of the good parts of him.Guys don’t like to be around people when they don’t think they’re at the top of their game. So just remember that his withdrawing is a result of him not wanting to appear weak or out of control and just allow him space for that.Next, make sure that you give him space Well, remember what I was saying before about guys not wanting to appear out of control or needing of help/support?Finally, on that same note: Don’t bring up his stresses or struggles – he’ll bring them up himself if he wants to talk about them.On that same token, if he wants to talk about his stresses or struggles, just listen.