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Do You Choose Emotionally Unavailable Partners?

Updated: Dec 22, 2022

Do you ever wonder why you spent so much time on someone that didn't feel the same way about you? Later you found them to be emotionally unavailable. At what point did you realize things shifted and they pulled away? Could you have done something differently to see the signs earlier? We all have been in this situation and it can feel frustrating and disappointing! Do you think maybe you could have traces of being emotionally unavailable too? The good news is that you can change your behaviors by investing in the right amount of energy so you don't get to the point of resentment.


  1. Your partner is scared of marriage or a serious relationship

  2. Your partner wants to hear about your problems and does not share their problems

  3. Your partner is not in touch with their feelings and does not know how to express them

  4. Your partner is not good and showing or receiving appreciation

  5. Your partner is evasive. They have delayed texts, changed topics, or you feel there is a mystery and no full transparency

  6. You are the only one engaging in conversations about your experiences and memories

  7. You are the only one comfortable expressing yourself when going through a difficult time or expressing conflict with your person

Remember, actions speak louder than words. Someone can sound really nice and be affectionate, but when it comes to meaningful conversations they hide. Read between the lines and look for inconsistencies. Whatever the person is telling you silently or through actions, believe them.


  1. Commit to the relationship by being ready to be serious

  2. Practice checking in with your feelings

  3. Find out if you are secure in emotional availability

  4. Choose the patterns you want to break that are in the way of a happy, healthy relationship

  5. Be consistently open and honest

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