Deep inside he knows that you shouldn’t want him as he has nothing to offer but crumbs.By accepting what he’s putting out, as limited as that might be, what you’re not aware of is that in doing so, you are holding yourself at the same level of availability as him.You can do anything you want, there is nothing to stop you, don’t listen to that voice that says you cannot and start to nurture that voice that says you can. Paul was so right when he said “just start living your life, stop consuming yourself with anxiety and constantly researching it.
Hello everyone, I haven’t visited this website in so long. Eventually I got confident that even though I am out and I have anxiety INITIALLY, I am still going to stay there and I will NOT run home and avoid it.I knew that this is an essential part of recovery and no magic pill will ever make me feel better, it was up to me and slowly I started enjoying my life again, I got more confident and rarely get anxious anymore, when I do, I know I am not going back to square one again.Ultimately, emotionally unavailable doesn’t equal he (or she) is just not that into you.People can either tell you that they’re emotionally unavailable, not ready for a relationship, or not interested, or they can show you, because actions speak louder than words.You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
Truth be told, the answer isn’t a clear-cut ‘no’, but when you are faced with a Mr Unavailable’s behaviour, they act the way they do regardless of who you are. The trouble with wanting an emotionally unavailable man is that it can cater to something within you which allows you to be drawn to someone who is emotionally ambivalent, which in turn makes you think that you need to work harder to win him over. You could lay the world and yourself at his feet and it wouldn’t make a blind bit of difference.after all, anxiety is a natural and a normal human emotion.I know we became used to being ’scared ‘ of anxiety, thinking we MUST not feel it ever, but in reality, we will feel it on many occasions and take it as a normal part of life where we know it will not stick around forever.I would also feel the need to scoot off and find the miracle sentance or cure that would make it go away instantly.I knew though that I had to stop looking for a way to make it go away and become one with it.Firstly I would say the hard part of recovery is keeping the faith that things will get better, too many people are impatient and think how they feel today, is the way they will feel in the future.