It allows for a chase, and we love the thrill that comes with a chase. They're genuinely interested in getting to know you. Guys are emotionally unavailable not because they have no emotions, but because the emotions they do have are reserved for another person.
Have you ever met someone who "romantically" knocked you off your feet -- as in "Hi Mom and Dad But, sadly, a few months later, your conversation changed to, "I can't believe he turned out to be so emotionally unavailable, and commitment-phobic. There are people who chronically meet and date individuals who, at first, seem so perfect for a warm, loving relationship.
All my life I thought I would never be capable of completely letting go and giving myself to someone else. This time I think I just fell. He turned me upside down.
How do you spot an emotionally unavailable guy? If only they wore signs around the neck, that would certainly make things a lot easier! He never seems to be fully in it, there always seems to be a distance between the two of you, even during the most intimate moments. A guy can be emotionally unavailable for many different reasons.
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And we have all dated our fair share of emotionally unavailable people. Dating an emotionally unavailable man can be like beating your head against a wall. A tall, dark, and handsome wall.
The push and pull is exciting. Call me a masochist, but I get a thrill from the push and pull of our relationship. When he retreats to his man cave and goes missing in action, I simply do the same.
Seeing an emotionally unavailable man is like dating one of those sex dolls. Sure they give you pleasure when you need it and they might even feel good to cuddle with in bed. But as soon as you try to have a serious conversation, they just stare at you with their dead eyes and mouth wide open. Has this happened to you before?
I'll never forget the first time I felt the brutal ache of loving someone who didn't reciprocate. After months of casually dating the guy in question, I found myself collapsed into a pathetic heap on a park bench, wailing on the phone to my mom about how the man I'd fallen in love with still didn't want a relationship. It wasn't until many months later that the relationship guru of my friend group deemed him "emotionally unavailable.