We have all been there wondering why do men pull away from us when we feel it is going so right. It may be a few great dates or it may be a longer term relationship. Regardless when you feel him pulling away, something is usually going on. It could be nothing it could be something. What do do when he pulls away?
Maybe he stopped calling as often, maybe he quit texting. Perhaps you were going out regularly and now he has stopped pursuing. Regardless, you feel the distance, you feel it when men pull away. It's your gut talking and usually when it's your gut talking, you probably need to listen fast.
Your instinct is to ask him what is wrong. What is he thinking. Men hate this, they really do. Nothing will put a man on the defense quicker than this. Chances are you aren't going to get a straight answer because at the moment he doesn't really want to tell you. He may even get short or irritated with you when you ask or say the usual, nothing is wrong.
One thing I can promise you is the more you push, the further he will run. What to do when a man pulls away, though not easy, is to mirror him. Lean back. Give him space, lots of it and get busy with your life. The main reason men pull away in the first place is they often feel you are way ahead of them in the relationship. They don't know how to verbalize this, so they pull back.
The art of leaning back may be the one thing that can save your relationship when he pulls away. It's a skill that when learned correctly will save you years of heartaches. You can learn this art of leaning back and cultivating feminine magnetism from my friend Katarina Phang. She has dozens of success stories to her credit. Do yourself a favor and find her here.