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.
“When someone tells you who they are, believe them.” ~Maya Angelou After having been a rebound girl the summer of 2013, I swore I would never get involved with another emotionally unavailable man who had baggage and was a poor communicator.
I thought I was a pro at all of the tell tale signs. He came on very strong in the beginning, telling me he deleted his dating app after our first date, that he turned down other dates because he didn’t want to waste time with other girls, and showed me in more ways than one that I was his priority. Things were at the height of our relationship, and I use this word loosely because it really wasn’t a relationship.
One of life’s interesting phenomenon is that we often reject the very thing we seek.