When guys say "leave me alone" if you didn't have a fight with him earlier, we actually mean "please come and listen to me". Go to him and ask him what's wrong, guys love a good listener. If he says nothing, tell him you can see that something is wrong, and that he can talk to you about anything. If he shouts or gets angry, then leave him alone. He might not want to talk about it:)
give him some space.....
even tho im a girl i need alot of personal space to be alone/ with my own friends etc.
i ended my previous relationship because the guy was ensisting on spending every single moment we had together! its my worst nightare!
so i can very well understand your man. just try to spend more time doing your own things. give him some space to do what he likes.
He feels smothered or overwhelmed by your presence. Not necessarily that he doesn't want you around or enjoy your company. He just needs his space.
There are many reasons people would want to be left alone for a while.
Try to assess situations from an ob
Best thing to do, so it doesn't wind up becoming a power play, is to only give what you receive.
Level the playing field.
Nothing free is valued....if you give someone more affection than they have earned from you, it will not be valued. Also, they will begin to develop a sense of entitlement. No one should possess this power over you.
Try not to step over someone else's personal boundaries even if the boundaries they set can sometimes be offensive towards you or hurt your feelings. Respecting these boundaries will soon earn you a greater respect from them. Respect someone else's boundaries, in apathy however.
Do not show signs of reluctance. This will in turn earn you greater appreciation.
Some people can be vindictive and controlling, do not enable these attitudes by being oppositional.
Most people are quick to take advantage of this.
Also, reinforce some of your own personal boundaries.
Respect and trust is a fragile thing. You build a strong foundation in the beginning of any relationship, (romantic, friendly, etc.) and you strengthen the bond.
Progression, in reality, has it's own natural course. Try not to hinder it by intervening when you are not content.