This can be a transitional period for her where she finds all sorts of questions and emotions running through her head.She’s trying to figure out who she is, what she wants, and how she can fill this void in her life.It can make her feel lost, alone, and searching to find herself.The challenge then goes beyond dealing with a girl who is saddened by the ending of a relationship.If she's of the kind who can't say ' No', then you're burdening her with your texts. The way she asked you, she seems very polite and matured. Show it to her when everything is going smooth and good.And as she can't say No, she'll be forced to reply. Don't sound so obsessed or desperate to her dude. When everything was good, she talked to you for 12 hours right? If you send it when she's not interested in it, you're simply wasting you feelings and her time.
But knowing what to expect and how to handle what’s coming can make that challenge disappear.
The story goes like this, we where seeing each other for a few mths, but things where gointo fast etc, and she said she just wants to chill, but instead of me sayin, yes fine..i sent loads of long msgs, not cheeky or anything, just long and way too many..said last night, this is way to much, need space, i have said sorry, but just wonering how long i should give it?
Why'll she want to know whatever you are thinking bro? If you really want to express whatever you are thinking, then type it and save it, or maintain some diary.
Know that space can sometimes help bring couples even closer together, so work to give her space through communicating differently, enjoying your own life, and developing your relationship when the time is right.
*I recently met this awesome guy online (I contacted him) and we have amazing chemistry. I want to give him some space to figure out what he wants but I also want to see him!! Ask yourself if there's a chance that this is the case. Do your instincts lead you to the right place when dating?