Being in a relationship with an emotionally unavailable man can be a strenuous experience on so many levels. When a partner is emotionally unavailable, they repeatedly refuse to engage in deep discussions or communicate on an emotional level. They may appear distant, depressed, or uninterested, and will often provide few clues as to what’s really going on in their heart and mind.
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There are a number of reasons why a person can become emotionally unavailable, and many different levels of emotional unavailability exist. In some cases, partners can become emotionally unavailable even in long term committed relationships. But more frequently, emotional unavailability is seen as the hallmark of short or dysfunctional relationships.
Even though the signs of emotional unavailability may be easy to spot or even clearly advertised by someone, it doesn’t make it any easier to cope with the difficulties of pursuing a relationship with an emotionally unavailable partner – especially if you have become heavily emotionally involved yourself.
So if you find yourself in such a predicament, just what do you say to an emotionally unavailable man to turn your relationship around?
Author Kelsey Diamond sheds some light on this topic in her digital ebook, Obsession Phrases. To learn more about the exact words and phrases you can say to a man to not only make him more emotionally available, but also create feelings of love, lust, devotion, commitment, and even sexual attraction, read our post titled, “Kelsey Diamond Obsession Phrases Review – What To Say To A Man To Make Him Yours“.
Understanding Both Sides Of The Issue
An article published at PsychCentral outlines some of the potential causes and types of emotional unavailability in men. While some emotionally unavailable men might suffer from psychological conditions or past traumas which make them emotionally “out of sorts”, far more are unavailable as a result of their own perceptions, lifestyle choices, or other engagements. Men often refuse to become deeply involved with women due to work concerns, the desire to “leave the door open” for other romantic partners, or even the fear of experiencing a relationship turned sour.
An article published by Psychology Today touches on the author’s (a clinical psychologist PhD) view that emotionally unavailable men are often, in some capacity, inherently afraid of emotional involvement for fear that it will “overwhelm him or make him less of a man.” While certainly not true in every case, the fear of negative consequences and emotional trauma are major reasons men resist relationships and display signs of emotional unavailability.
Understanding the reasons someone can become emotionally unavailable is important if you want to create a plan of action that will help you determine what to say to an emotionally unavailable partner. It’s important to understand a man’s reasoning and the circumstances which rendered him emotionally unavailable in the first place.
It’s also extremely important to learn how to communicate with an emotionally unavailable man in a way he actually hears and understands.
Inside What Men Secretly Want author James Bauer teaches you his Respect Principle for quickly and easily connecting with a man and getting him to truly commit to you on a deep and emotional level. This is accomplished by making a small shift in the way you respond to your man that increases his love, attraction, and devotion for you by subtly showing him through your words and actions that you truly understand the way he thinks and the way he experiences relationships.
A central idea throughout the course is that men would rather be respected than loved, and the easy to implement concepts and techniques taught in the What Men Secretly Want system trigger a man’s attraction for you by amplifying, intensifying, and magnifying feelings of respect and admiration in him.
From His Perspective
In an article authored by a self-described emotionally unavailable man, we find his thesis on the subject more or less in line with some of the reasoning given above. The author describes his opinion that “[emotional unavailability] … is a pretty natural phase.” He also hones in on the point that emotionally unavailable men still desire the company and affections of women, but for a variety of reasons have either chosen to (or are unable to) become emotionally involved. From the author’s perspective, emotional unavailability is something that can be difficult to control. It may even require being “snapped out” of the state.
So what can we draw from this? Emotional unavailability can be difficult on everyone in a relationship. It’s likely just as frustrating for him as it is for you.
There are many causes which can lead to it, and it is important to identify and distinguish between them. Only then can you forge a path towards helping a man become emotionally available or deciding that it is a lost cause.
Rethink Your Relationship
Instead of trying to change an emotionally unavailable partner, or changing yourself in the hopes of getting them to open up, it is probably best to find a stable relationship paradigm which allows both partners to mutually benefit from their interactions.
Understand the factors behind your partner’s emotional unavailability, do some introspection to find out exactly what your own emotional needs are, and attempt to apply this information in a constructive way towards bettering your relationship.
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