So many women come out of the woodwork and share with me their heartbreaking stories of dealing with guys who can't or won't commit or move the relationship to the next level. First of all, how do you know if he's really emotionally unavailable or if he's just a little guarded because he's not ready to plunge in both feet? Second, if he's not ready, will he be ready one day? Third, if he's truly emotionally unavailable, is there a cure to it and should you just accept it or move on to a greener pasture?
My advice is don't freak out or give up just because he's not ready. There are ways to do it right and keep your heart safe.
Pumpkin growled frequently and was distrusting and distant. One of my dogs is a macho Jack Russell Terrier mix and he's a real bruiser.
My other dog is a sweet-hearted Chihuahua mix who's very polite and doesn't know a stranger.
Just like a Chinese finger cuff, his love will resist your advances.
Everything has to be on his terms as far as how close he comes to you.
The older a man gets, the more he hates this about himself, and he often stays stuck by staying in the relationship, but giving very little.Thus, underneath all of these behaviors lie unconscious motives that serve to keep him safe in his comfort zone.Gentlemen, you are a part of a new era, the era of the emotionally unavailable woman.I didn’t want to say “I love you” because that was reserved for when I met The One. guy isn’t wrong, and it’s not necessarily his fault.If he’s a normal male, he was conditioned into this through his upbringing and doesn’t even know it’s going on with him.We're more interested in our latest project than we are in cuddling.