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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... My girlfriend shows no signs of affection so to speak. She says she want's me so stay the same and even complains when i stop being affectionate because she can sense something is wrong. She says I'm making her feel like there is something wrong with her. ) She tells me that it's just her and that its not that she doesn't want to but that she feels uncomfortable. It it possible that despite her telling you that she values your physical expression of love, that she could be falling out of love for you? Is this type of emotional distance indicative of how her familly is towards each other? To be totally forthright with you, I will say that I don't know even one woman who likes a man to be "all over them"... And this is not all about her not hugging and kissing me. I tell her I like her, miss her, etc but i get none of that back. The important lesson I learned is that not all women are like that and if you are an affectionate man (as I can be), suppression is very difficult and eventually toxic. Because of my homelife when I lived with my parents.

You're 22 and in a relationship that doesn't give you what you need or make you happy. I'd say you know what you need so what would you tell the person who asked your question? You two good get a counselor, not for serious marriage counseling, but as a "starting point" for better dialague. For instance, she won't even hold his hand in public.

""""" too much (I'm all over here) is very stiffling. THERE ARE BOOKS you can get about romance and touching. Hold hands at the movies, but don't smother her, especially in public. He is wistful but has learned to be accepting and uses humour to understand.

Touch is a basic human need but unless you have tactile friends and family, or you’re in a ‘huggy’ church, single Christians can go months or even years without any significant touch.

This can be incredibly painful and emotionally damaging, especially if physical affection is one of your top ‘love languages’.


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