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I’m just a little lost. My daddy and I have been together for almost a year now and we are having our first big fight. He said that he doesn’t want to talk to me and wants to have his own space for right now and as a little (specially his) I’m really struggling with this. I have grown up things to do like work and run errands but I can’t stop crying at the fact that this fight might be the end of our relationship. I’ve explained to him that I’m sorry and that I didn’t mean to upset him but that wasn’t good enough. I don’t know what to do to make it better and I’m trying to give him space but it’s just really hard for little me to leave him alone because he is my daddy and I’m so used to looking to him for advice, answers to my questions and positivity throughout the day. I need advice on what do to for him and me to make it easier. Thanks in advance.
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As hard as it is, it is smart to give him space. Whether hes right or wrong in the argument doesn't really matter in this regard, because if you were to keep insisting in talking when he just can't put himself in the right headspace, things will inevitably get worse.

 

If you want you can shoot him a message explaining youre concerned, yet respect his decision to take to himself for the time being.

 

You're both human and sometimes current events take a big toll on us. Keep up doing what you're doing and focus on yourself this week. Indulge in selfcare, take longer showers/baths, cry when you need to and talk to your friends.

 

Best wishes to you both

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I have been where you are, I know how hard it is. There is a quote that has helped me when I have been asked to give someone I was in a  relationship some space. This is the quote: 'if you love someone set them free if they come back they are yours and if they don't they never were'.  Those thoughts have helped me give them the space that was asked. Your daddy has asked for the space and he needs it to allow things to pass through him. This will allow clarity in his mind and heart. 

My suggestion to is keep yourself busy and when he does start chatting with you, ask him to tell you what happen that caused him to have those feelings. Allow him to tell you everything with out judgement. After all those are his feelings and lots of times we can not help how we feel. I wish you all the best.

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Heya!

 

So personally, when my Daddy and I fight, I like to have my own space. This lets me calm down and rationalize things, as well as trying to see things from my Daddy's point of view. Daddy is more of the "let's talk things out right here, right now" but I tink he knows that I just need a little time to myself to digest things, so when I am able to talk about things I'm not too sensative about the topic and we are more likely to come to a compromise.

 

I know it can be hard to give that person some space especially when you leave the conversation off on a wrong foot, but giving the person their space can be essential to coming to a compromise without having another explosive argument.

 

 

Hope this helps!

 

 

 

Junebug x

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I very much need my space after a disagreement/argument. I’m a very sensitive person and having space allows me to calm down and rationalize things, and then have a rational conversation later without exploding. If I talk about it right ever we’re a lot more likely to fight again and I’m likely to say hurtful words I don’t mean, just because I’m hurting. Giving him space for now is probably the best option if he’s asking for it. Best of luck.
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