Episode 97

Relationship Distance

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So close… yet so far away? In this episode of digital romance radio, Mike and Nora answer questions on distance in a relationship. Whether it’s miles that keep you apart or the simple stress of daily life, listen to this episode to hear tips and suggestions on what to do when you drift apart.

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  • Melanie Dec 3, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    My fieance is acting distant and not interested all of a sudden.
    We’ve been together for 3 years. I don’t know what the problem is but I keep
    Texting him sweet loving messages and trying to keep him knowing how much
    I love him and am in love with him . I feel like I’ve hit a brick wall and don’t know what to do to get him to let me in.

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    • Curious   Melanie Dec 20, 2014 at 11:45 am

      Hey Melanie!

      Just curious – have you sat down with your fiancée and simply asked him what’s going on? There’s so many things that go through men heads, especially if you’re planning a wedding. He could be getting cold feet, having second thoughts about commitment, stressed with work, etc. Texting him sweet messages is nice, but it’s not getting to the root issue.

      Good luck with everything! 🙂

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  • Patty Nov 20, 2014 at 4:59 pm

    Hey Mike and Nora. Where are you? Love the pod casts, anxiously awaiting # 98!

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  • Krista Nov 6, 2014 at 7:58 pm

    My name is Krista. I’m 26. Lately I’ve been having trouble from moving on from my last relationship. Every time I go on a date I am unable to open up like I used to. I have been on quite a few dates but I always feel anxiety and get scared, and eventually stop talking to other guy. Even the last time I was at a man’s house I was cuddling with him on the couch and the whole time, I felt sick and uncomfortable. Although I was initially attracted to him, but then I ended up pushing him away. It’s been three months since me and the last guy broke up. Do you have any idea what’s happening to me? I never used to be like this before. Even though I feel lonely and want to close to someone, the thought of inviting someone else in terrifies me. What can I do to overcome this?

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  • Maaie Nov 5, 2014 at 6:25 pm

    Thanks! You both are funny and I’ve learned many things.

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  • Claire Nov 4, 2014 at 3:25 pm

    I have been suffering from depression since the birth of my first child ten years ago. This has made it hard for me to be affectionate with my husband. He now says he doesn’t love me ‘that way’ anymore and I am hard to be with. He still lives with us and says he doesn’5 2-nt to leave yet he is close ‘friends’ with a woman who has a track record for targeting married men. He won’t give her up as he says she is his support and only a friend. I still love him desperately even though this hurts so bad. What should I do?

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  • Leia Nov 4, 2014 at 3:44 am

    Hey Mike and Nora – you were missed.

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  • Boyd Nov 1, 2014 at 1:31 am

    since she left for school,thingz ar different. she does not call as she used to,only calls when she needs something from me. i love her en i dont want to lose her,kindly advise.

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  • ktem Oct 28, 2014 at 4:05 pm

    i think thats a perfect way to keep him to his toes.mind game of sexaual seduction

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  • judy Oct 28, 2014 at 11:44 am

    My boyfriend and I can’t come to a happy medium. It’s getting boring after one year hes not the same he dosnt make me feel special anymore .I feel he’s thinking of someone else. I give and give. He claims my approach is the same and it’s my fault.

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    • Ruth   judy Oct 29, 2014 at 7:33 pm

      The bit about having a talk with your man while doing something is brilliant. Why didn’t this ever occur to me? When I initiate discussions about sex or our relationship, my husband of 14 years frequently gets the deer in headlights response. Hope this approach would make conversations with him less stressful for him, and more productive for us.

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    • B   judy Dec 20, 2014 at 11:52 am

      Hi, Judy!

      It sounds like you two have some serious communication issues. Men go through a phase of “wooing” and it could change after a while. He’s not responsible for your happiness, you are. Are you approaching the issue the same way? Perhaps it’s time to go about it a different way. Your boyfriend appears to be taking the blame off of him and putting it on you. Good luck!

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