It can some times feel lonely to be single but even while in a relationship you can still feel loneliness can still creep in.
This doesn’t necessarily mean that you do not love the person you are with enough. Most times feeling lonely in a relationship could mean that you and your partner are not emotionally attune to one another.
This could lead to unintentionally creating distance between the both of you and a communication gap only filled with silence and the occasional sigh.
You might be tempted to overlook this thinking with time it will correct itself. Ignoring feelings of loneliness might turn out to be a big mistake where you and your partner will continue to drift apart until the relationship can no longer survive.
Irrespective of what the cause of loneliness might be in your relationship, as long as you and your partner are willing to work together to tackle it, every thing should be back to its usually state of bliss soon enough.
Here are some tips to help you get over this phase in your relationship
1. Talk about it
You might be surprised to find out that your man feels perfectly fine about the state of your relationship and thinks you are as well. If you don’t say how you feel, he will surely think everything is perfect. Communicating your feelings is important to the survival of your relationship. When you share how you feel, your partner will be able to help make the necessary adjustments.