To be fair – most people have ‘nice qualities’ and of course, as humans, we’re very good at rustling up qualities and seeing the best in people.This isn’t a bad quality but what we forget is that somebody’s availability and their ability to commit isn’t about ‘nice qualities’.As always, though, I want to make it clear that my biggest goal is to help you…so if I come off harsh or very blunt at any point, it’s nothing against you personally.Please also note that posts have been gender neutral since autumn 2010.** In my book Mr Unavailable and the Fallback Girl, I share some of the most common signs and behaviours that indicate that you’re involved with a Mr Unavailable – an emotionally – and often spiritually and physically – unavailable man.In this post, I provide an overview of these signs and behaviours so that you can get a reading on your current relationship (or ‘non-relationship) situation.
I personally have never trusted someone who travels a little too light. When you date a much younger man (which I have many times), you realize what’s missing–they’re all hope, no miles.
If anything, it’s to bust through heavy layers of thoughts, beliefs, or ideas that are holding you back and actually causing the problems you’re concerned with.
So let me start off by saying that your question doesn’t strikes me like a woman asking about a male friend. I can’t imagine that you try to force your other friends to talk about stuff they don’t want to talk about.
He has learned that there is something more important than him.
But when I started dating this divorced man in his late 30s, I thought he was sexy and sturdy in ways that younger men simply weren’t.