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they feel like their bf isn't putting enough effort into their relationship; doesn't initiate conversations or organise things etc. I can tell it's not making her feel loved and appreciated and that's what she needs rn. what advice do give that will make things better?
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they feel like their bf isn't putting enough effort into their relationship; doesn't initiate conversations or organise things etc. I can tell it's not making her feel loved and appreciated and that's what she needs rn. what advice do give that will make things better?
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With the UK on lockdown they shouldn’t be organising anything together until this settles down, for their own safety and others.
As for the conversations, I’m not really sure on how I can help change that. If he’s not putting in much effort, it could be that he is bored, really busy or is starting to lose interest. Is he engaging in conversations that are started by your friend?
All I can say is to just be there for her, if she’s feeling down then she is going to need support, especially with all the self isolation etc.
Hopefully this helps, ask me if you need anything else
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They could always arrange a time to do a video chat? This would allow them to have a more personal chat that isn’t just texting. Maybe he would be more likely to start a conversation then?
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