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Will ignoring a guy make him come back?

Question Posted Monday May 14 2012, 6:38 pm

Is it true if you ignore your boyfriend he will come back?

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jacobpalmer answered Wednesday May 16 2012, 7:47 am:
There's an old saying "Treat em mean keep em keen" well that's just as extreme as some guys who think being a jerk is the only way to get women interested in you.

Ignoring him is not necessarily what's needed, the key in relationships is to not come across needy, I spend my time advising guys on how to get/keep interest with women and most of the cases I come across where guys are struggling is due to the fact they are coming across as needy, reliant, desperate.

Both sexes find people attractive who are self assured within themselves, people who don't need to have someone in their life to remain happy and content (now remember I said need not want).

So of you like someone who doesn't currently show interest in you then forget about it for now, go out with friends, go out on dates, it's amazing how people change when they see you with someone else.

If you would like to talk further about this guy and what stage you are at with him, then I would love to help.

Drop me a message.

Kind Regards,


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Siren_Cytherea answered Tuesday May 15 2012, 9:42 pm:
Not automatically, no.

It depends entirely on the situation, but know that if you do this you're playing manipulative mind games. It is an unfortunately common practice, and not the way to foster a healthy relationship.

There are contexts in which this could work, but without any details, I couldn't tell you if this is one of them.

If you talk to us a little more about what's going on, maybe we can give you a little more advice.


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LOL_x0x answered Tuesday May 15 2012, 6:18 pm:
No, it's not true. If you ignore him, it will either:

a. make him angry.
b. make him upset.

You lose either way.

-Laura (19-f)

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