sometimes giving them their space does more good for your relationship than piling on the love. And the truth of the matter is that while women often tend to fall in love with a man because they are spending time with him… Men crave emotional connection the same as women do…
What's more, anyone who doesn't fit the “perfect boyfriend” mold is often indirectly scolded.
Women will joke about getting angry when their boyfriends for taking too long to respond to a text, or if they forget about the anniversary of their third dinner date. A lot of people are truly happiest in relationships when they're shown continual and unfailing TLC, and I understand that to an extent.
If I've been single for a while, and all of a sudden someone wants to spend every minute with me, it's pretty off-putting.
I'm the type of person who's actually really comfortable spending time alone, so I don't need someone breathing down my neck every minute.
When he hasn’t seen or talked to you recently, his mind begins to wander to you.
He might wonder what you’re doing, or wonder how your day is going.
Also ask yourself if you feel, on a gut level, that he truly loves you and wants a relationship with you.
If you feel confident that he's an emotionally available man and is in love with you, then this space could be a good thing.
A man can have a fabulous time out on a date with you and think you are the best thing since sliced bread, and even feel a deep connection.