Most women have dated or been in a relationship with a man who seems too good to be true.This man says the right things, makes grand gestures, may disappear only to return weeks later, and creates the illusion that you are special to him.
Here’s one thing that all of my work with smart, strong, successful women has brought to my attention – front and center: It’s not easy being a smart woman. And I’ve had countless nice, decent, relationship-oriented guys tell me why it SEEMED like they really liked a woman but then bailed on her. I finally cobbled something together with the help of some friends. After one date, after three dates, after three months… But it left me thinking: Why would I choose not to go out with a woman a second time? Drinking habits, driving habits, fashion choices – none of them enter the equation. More often than not, emotionally unavailable men will be all up for fun and games but once you start steering the relationship towards becoming something more serious, they go running for the hills.The three main characteristics of emotionally unavailable men So what exactly puts a man into the “emotionally unavailable” category?
Generally, they tend to exhibit three basic characteristics.