3 year-old relationship falling apart

Visitor's Question from a 21-30 year old Female
hello, i'm desperately looking for some advice as teh tips you provide won't seem to help.sa, me and my boyfriend are together fo 3 years, and at the beginning of our relationship i didn't feel so committed.i would leave him and run away everytime we had a fight, i admit having been too egocentric.after a while, he stopped believing in our love and grew distant.i watched how our love fell apart due to what i done in the past.i tried to show him i changed but with no result.the fact is i love him and today we show more hatred than love to eachother. he does no longer belive me, the is no connection between us. disscussion won't help, i am entirely open to resolving the situation but things haven't chaged.i really feel he loves me too but he is too saddened and almost depressed to to do sth.i really need a miracle, sth that i must do to show him my love.please help.ana

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Sometimes something as simple as a plate of chocolate chip cookies will turn things around. They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach.

Try this also... every time he says something, you respond "that's right" or "you're right" or "that's a good idea." Do this for a week and see if he notices. You will learn something too about interacting with him and how easy things will go if you use the right approach with him.

Tell him you've noticed that he seems depressed and offer to help him if you can. He will appreciate your reaching out to him. Hope some of this helps.

Good luck! George

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