Signs your partner is emotionally unavailable?
30 September 2014, 08:04
Nairobi - It can happen to anyone, even the best of us. Are you dating that someone who is just not in it?
I call them that because they literally suck the life out of
you. You spend so much time and energy to engage them, which should work as a
headlight for you. If it is not given freely then it is not worth it because at
times all that chasing just leaves you exhausted without any medals at the
finish line. They are suckers because you just try to make it too good for
them, and they keep changing what that is, by the time you finish that task,
the satisfaction that was guaranteed from it is no longer
there because they were not sure of it in the first place.
This one will show it
to you earlier on in the relationship. You should have run away the minute it
just became too obvious. Shouting at wait staff, does not mind causing public
scenes and is just prone to over emotional outbursts. Worst part is, it’s never
on something too significant or relevant or it is something that can be very
easily be sorted. At one point in time it will not be public though because you
are the available party and the temper will just land on you.
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When your current significant other makes you feel bad for
what others do to him or her then they are just unemotionally unavailable. Cannot
unpleasant situations in such a way that they keep petty grudges instead of
confronting them, or they are just bitter with what they cannot manipulate to
suit them. Eventually, it is you who becomes the cause of all that goes wrong
with them. Anger and constant arguing takes the norm in the relationship.
There is nothing as
love at first sight; I mean, you should be worried by people who tell you they
love you, yet they do not know your ins and outs. People who have not worked on
anything with you to depths will easily fall out of the same emotions when it
becomes hard. When you fall for such lines then maybe you deserve to fall into
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