Dating an emotionless man

10 Mar

You already suspect something 'shady' and he refuses to engage in logical natural relationship discussion.... Look, read your post as if it had been written by someone who's a complete stranger to you. He unfriended me from My Space (as these were the My Space days) after that. Also, you continuing to nag, and harp about talking about emotions is making him clam up even more.Six months later he came back with a friend request, I accepted it out of curiousity. Lucky for me he didn't chop me up and eat me, he might do the same with them. But I am NOT in any way, shape or form, comfortable verbalizing them, talking about them with others, specifically, a significant other. You're pushing him into a corner, and obviously he doesn't feel comfortable enough to open up yet. When people push me and push me, I run away even faster.He said he wants to get an ap Artment so we can be with each other every night.I get the feeling something really shady is going on, so basically he says we can't get an apartment because we don't have money saved but not being able to just hang out at the house requires spending money so I'm seriously confused..

One of life’s interesting phenomenon is that we often reject the very thing we seek.It is not about oversharing or being dramatic for the sake of it, it is sharing what is relevant to develop that connection in an authentic way.It is about knowing the personal behaviors that avoid true openness and availability.When I try to have a real conversation is leads to a fight.The Wednesday before thanksgiving he broke up with me out of the blue.about sharing his emotions; it is about his openness with another person and himself.It’s about where he is at in this moment emotionally and staying with that discomfort, instead of running or presenting it as fixed, resolved or all sorted out.And for a man in a society where we give our such mixed messages, it’s no surprise that both the people asking men to be emotionally available and the men who are trying to achieve it, are confused.My male clients desperately want to connect with friends, lovers, and family in a very real way.You were born with it, then life happened, and you developed coping strategies.The only person who can change this is the person who is presently unavailable.