LPPTV Episode 10 - What Do You Do If A Guy Or Girl Suddenly Loses Interest? Part 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and Passion

What’s The Second Thing You Do When Someone Suddenly Loses Interest?

LPPTV Episode 10 - What Do You Do If A Guy Or Girl Suddenly Loses Interest? Part 2 - Claire Brummell, The Relationist, Love Polarity and PassionLast week I began to answer a question that I get asked all the time….what do you do if a guy or girl suddenly loses interest?

It happens all the time, things seem to be going really well and all of a sudden something changes, but you’ve no idea why.

I’ve already share the first step with you (if you haven’t seen it yet, before to check it out here BEFORE you watch the video below), and it’s so important that you begin with this first step before you do step 3 in today’s video.

It’s a bit like making a cake.

If you add the ingredients in the right order, you’ll get a nice cake that you can enjoy.

If, however, you put the cake in the oven before you’ve added the eggs and sugar, the chances are that it won’t give you the best cake possible.

It’s not that the ingredients aren’t right, but the sequence is important…and the same is true in relationships.  In this situation, you can do steps 1 and 2 in any order you like…but wait for step 3 until you’ve done them!

Want to know more?  Check out the second part of my answer to the question: “What do you do if a guy or girl suddenly loses interest?”

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Now I’d love to hear from you.

What has your experience of this been? Have you had a new relationship go from ‘foot on the gas’ to being shoved into reverse? What do you think of steps 2 and 3? Would these help you deal with future situations like this? Have you ever tried to do this and found challenges?  Have you any questions about this?  

Or, ask me a question that you would like me to answer on a future episode of LPPTV, what is the one thing you’d like to know? What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in your relationship situation right now?

Please share with as much detail as you can because your insight and questions may provide a breakthrough for someone else and I guarantee if you’re thinking it, someone else is too and they could benefit from you having the courage to share your thoughts and questions.

Thank you in advance for having the courage to share and being kind and understanding in the comments.

…and if you haven’t already, be sure to get your hands on the FREE video series “The First Steps to Transforming Any Relationship” by clicking here now.

Wishing You Love,

Claire x

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2 replies
  1. Sue
    Sue says:

    I thought I was in the beginning of a relationship. He treated me like a girlfriend, was physical (not sexual), called me every night, texted me during the day. We saw each other a few times a week for about 5 weeks. I started getting strong feelings from him. When I attempted to get clarity as to how he saw me in the relationship, he said I was a good friend. I was very surprised. He told me he is afraid of rejection and afraid of intimacy, yet we have had very intimate moments (conversations). He has backed off the nightly calls. I usually didn’t call, text, or email him first. He did the pursuing, protected me from nasty comments from his friend, etc. Now I don’t know what to do. I really like him a lot, more than I did my exs! He has many of the traits I want in a man. I know hard to tell after 5 weeks, but maybe I scared him off by telling him I like him and want to begin an relationship with him. HELP!

    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Hi Sue,

      Thanks for reaching out and asking for help. I hear that you say that he has many of the traits that you want in a man, but the key is that if he doesn’t have the most important one (i.e. wanting a relationship with you) then it won’t be enough. If you can scare him off by telling him how you feel and what you would like then it sounds like he’s not the right fit for you. It might be that his fear of rejection and intimacy are coming into the equation here, but the truth is that the only person who can do anything about those things is him, and as much as we might want someone to deal with their ‘stuff,’ until they’re ready to, they won’t be able to give you what you want, need and deserve in a relationship.

      Remember the first rule of relationships: Choose someone who chooses you.

      If you would like some more specific help on your situation, you’re welcome to book a discovery session with me and I can go into the details with you on this particular situation and how to handle it: http://lovepolarityandpassion.com/product/single-woman-discovery-session/


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