Velcro Girl


Ever wonder what it takes to make a relationship stick? Just ask Velcro Girl

By Julie Robinson

Robyn met Curt the old fashioned way—he saw her profile, emailed her, asked her out, and promptly seduced her into bed with him. According to Robyn, things were moving along swimmingly. They had “amazing” chemistry, he was a good listener, and he was sufficiently attentive. She liked it that he texted her a couple of times each day just to check in. It was sweet. He was charming. The sex was hot.

So, what’s the dilemma?

Curt has recently pulled away from Robyn and she’s not sure what to do. Should she call him out on it? Should she text him to try and find out what she did wrong? Maybe he’s just busy and will be back to his old self soon enough.

In the meantime, Robyn is feeling all tight inside. She wishes there was something she could do besides wait for him to call OR text OR respond to the times she’s dialed his number. Yes, it’s true. Robyn has resorted to blocking her number now when she calls so Curt won’t know it’s her. This does get him to answer the phone—but the ploy seems to have backfired because he simply hangs up once he realizes it’s her. Ouch!

Robyn is not the only woman out there who relishes the attention of a new romance and then feels all weak and helpless when it doesn’t take root. This feeling of abandonment is nothing new—and the desperate attempts by women to win back a man’s favor is also as old as the hills. There’s got to be a better way.

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