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He could be pulling away...

Based on your answers, it seems like your man is pulling away — or at least he’s not as committed to the relationship as he used to be.

The simple truth is that men pull away all the time. One day you might have the most amazing relationship in the world, and then next you feel like your man is little more than a stranger.

It’s much more common than you think.

There is good news, though.

Based on your answers, there is one thing you can do right now to save your relationship.

Make him feel like he’s doing his job as a man.

Let me explain.

When it comes to sex and intimacy, what do you think he really wants from you?

Men don’t necessarily want a woman who’s a firecracker in bed. Or one with a big chest and flat tummy.

Instead, he wants his prowess validated. To feel like he’s doing his ‘job’ as a man.

Nothing speaks to a man’s masculinity more than satisfying the woman he loves. Men are hardwired to want to please women inside the bedroom and out of it.

And when a man doesn’t feel like he’s satisfying her in this way, it’s only natural for him to pull away.

We’re all guilty of unwittingly turning our partners away because we’re tired, or have a headache, or just aren’t in the mood. However, you don’t have to have a lot of sex to make a man feel good about himself.

Because there are certain things you can do for him that will feed this very natural male ego.

If you want the exact ideas, phrases, and text messages to send to your man to boost the intimacy in your relationship, check out this free video by Felicity Keith.

(Personalized video recommendation)

Felicity Keith is a 42-year old soccer mum who struggled for a long time with low self-esteem between the sheets.

This drove her to seek out answers.

Coined by her fans as a ‘suburban Carrie Bradshaw’, Felicity Keith is now a global relationship coach in demand.

In her free video, Felicity teaches women how to seize control of your relationship by capturing their man’s mind and imagination.

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