4 Ways To Make An Emotionally Unavailable Man Fall In Love

4 Ways To Make An Emotionally Unavailable Man Fall In Love

Does it feel as though he will never be able to emote? Do you want to be with him but you feel as though he is just too emotionally unavailable? Are you curious if such a man can ever be won over? If you find yourself in love with a man that seems so far out of reach, you may be happy to know that there are ways to change that fate. You don’t want to try too hard, but rather you want to allow nature to take its course. This hands-off approach may actually work well to your advantage.

There may be something at the heart of why he seems so out of reach. There may be a reason why he seems untouchable or why intimacy seems to scare him. More than likely he has been hurt before and he hasn’t had a chance to get over it. He may very well like you and want to be with you, but he’s not quite sure how to show that emotion. Many men are scared of what happened in the past and this holds them back from sharing themselves totally.

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The best way to handle this is to enjoy what you have together and let him see that he’s in a safe and happy relationship. This will pay off, and here’s how to make it work to your advantage.

Be there for him

Show him that you’re into him but don’t scare him off in the process. Don’t come on too strong or try too hard, but let him see that he can trust you. Be sure that you earn that trust from him and allow him to see that you are somebody that he can eventually be himself with. Know that if he sees that he can count on you, this will go a long way. Do be sure however to let him see this in his own time, for if it’s forced it won’t go anywhere!

Talk to him and open it up for him to talk to you

Communication is the key to good relationships on any level. Recognizing that open up those lines of communication. Don’t bombard him with a bunch of questions, but do talk to him about what’s going on in your life. Find the points of conversation that he is interested in and allow that to be what you both focus on. The more that you can open up the lines of communication, the better it will serve you in getting him to trust you and confide in you.

Take it slow and don’t force things

As hard as it may be let him set the pace. If you try to rush things then it is sure to scare him off. If you don’t act interested or take things way too slow, then he may think that you are not into him. He needs to see that you are okay with things as they are now and that you are not trying to hurry him into a commitment. Obviously, this approach works within a reasonable amount of time, but if you can let him dictate the pace it will get you a lot further.

Enjoy what you have together in the present and don’t worry about the future

It’s often hard for us to do as women, but enjoy the stage that you are at right now. Have fun together, enjoy getting to know each other, and let things progress naturally. When he sees that you are a good catch and that you are working with him and not pressuring him, this will cause him to open up a lot more. It serves you both well and ensures that the emotionally unavailable guy becomes committed to you sooner than later.

Read also: Is It Love Or Just Sex? 5 Ways To Find Out

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11 thoughts on “4 Ways To Make An Emotionally Unavailable Man Fall In Love”

    • C’mon girl! Get out of there!
      I know that you’ll find some good articles about how to get out of friendzone on this blog.
      Or just get rid of this guy and find better one 😉

  • I dated the emotionally unavailable man for 18 months until I started pushing him to define what we meant to each other. Now he’s backed right away, less communication, no more date nights or private time together. To say I’m devastated would be an understatement. Is he gone for good?

  • How don’t feel bad when your failed in a relationship? I believe my ex was (may still) emotionally unavailable. We had some conversations about the future when we still together. I thought he was fine with it. I don’t want to rush anything, but eventually I wanted to move together, etc. I think when he realized he really loved me he freaked up and just broke up with me. I still hurt, but I am trying to move on and just think that things happen and I would be ok. But I feel it was my fault because I may made him feel rushed.

  • I’m currently in college, I have like this boy since my freshman year and right now,I have liked him for the past three years, he has two years left with his course and I still can’t bring myself to tell him how I feel this is because he is really reserved, an introvert just like myself, and his friends have told me he isn’t emotional attached or ready for a relationship. I’m not eager to rush into a relationship myself, I have never dated anyone before but I really like him. There’s something about his personality that’s unique and mysterious, in a good way though. He and I chat online but its once in a blue moon, cause he isn’t really an online person. My friends advice I hang out with him but I’m scared I might be bothering him and he might turn him me down. You see I don’t like to bother him or seem desperate but I just want to get to know him more. Like I said its being three years I should be over him by now but each time I see him, my heart still flutters a lot, he only spoke twice in person for thirty minutes I wish our conversations could last long and be more in depth. Any advice please? Thanks a lot.

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