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In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal tell you how to give a girl space.
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Tamsen: Hey, everybody its Matt and Tamsen here, okay, here is your question today she says she needs space what does this mean and what can I do?
Matt: Wait a minute.
Tamsen: I mean space the worst three words.
Matt: What does it mean and what can I do? Let me make this really easy for everybody. Give her space it’s done, you know what empower yourself by taking this. At this moment, she does not want to be with me.
Tamsen: Does this mean forever?
Tamsen: They just mean right now?
Matt: Exactly so give her what she wants and let’s sees how she deals with it. You know what I mean.
Tamsen: Ys, because she might not really want that. She might want some time; seat back evaluated the relationship, see where she is as a woman. She might be changing job she might be changing schools.
Matt: As you can see guys. There is a lot going on her head. And we don’t even understand.
Tamsen: She might really need that space; a woman wouldn’t ask for if she didn’t feel like she seems mother. So you got to give her the space that she is asking for.
Matt: I have been actually on that position a couple of times not with hands of course I think I might not get rid of her. But with other girls and you know what honestly I have done it in both ways and when I gave her what they wanted. All of a sudden when he goes, I wonder if the relationship is still the same and they would come back. So empower yourself if you really want her back then give it to her, you are dead for a while. No conflict, no email, no texting no phone calls, nothing.
Tamsen: All right, this is the Matt and Tamsen we are here to answer your relationship, dating, love questions. Send them our way, we will be here and we will give you results.