When you first start dating someone, this period is referred as the ‘Honeymoon Stage’ — the time of the relationship when you want to show your partner how much you like him/her. If your partner is ignoring you, though, you’ve likely exited said-stage just in time for reality to set in.
People are non-confrontational by nature, and we draw an instant conclusion that any time a problem is discussed in a relationship, the conversation will become confrontational.
Sometimes, we often know there is a problem, but we do not know how to solve, and thus we feel as though the conversation itself will be meaningless. So, here is how, you can do if your partner is ignoring you:
Communication, commitment, trust and love are the pillars of a successful relationship. If your relationship is missing even one of these qualities, it may fall. If you are feeling that your partner is falling out of love, go and talk to him. Ask him why he is ignoring you. He may keep his cell phone switched off just to avoid you. Meet him in person. Do it face to face.
Search for explanation
Tell him that you have noticed that he is avoiding you and you need a clarification or the reason. Do not say something that will hurt your partner’s feelings. You are still together. Your partner may be going through a bad phase. He may be depressed and just find out the root cause of his behavior. Life will surely get on track once again.
Give some space
Sometimes emotions are hard to understand. Give your partner some space. Leave him alone for a few days. When he will be okay, he will get back to you. Meanwhile spend time alone. Let your partner spend time alone so he will get time to know the situation in better ways. Do not argue or blame your partner.