They’ll want to hear your voice and arrange your next date – and they’ll make the effort to be available.3.
All your plans are made last minute Saturday night, and you’re waiting by the phone for them to make good on those ‘let’s do something this weekend’ plans. Or you’ve got a friend’s birthday, or a wedding and you’re nervous about asking them to be your plus one as, every time you try and plan these things, you're made to feel ‘needy.’ If this sounds familiar, it's probably time for warning bells.
Being emotionally available is not that easy for any of us.They aren't necessarily a bad person but they won't be able to give you the relationship you want and So, what’s the best way to find an emotionally available partner?If you want real love and a true partnership, then the first step is to stop seeking validation via a relationship you feel you have to 'save.' Instead, know that you are worthy of someone who gives as well as getting.If, however, there’s always an excuse as to why you can’t meet their buddies, or if they won’t let you tell people about your dates because of complicated reasons (e.g. You might have an emotionally unavailable person on your hands. They bombard you with texts – then it all goes quiet. They text you all the time; your message apps pinging with alerts late into the night. You go a weekend without hearing from them, then a full week. When they finally get back to you they’re all apologies – work has been crazy, their friends demanding. But, if you see a pattern emerging, it’s a clear sign that this person is emotionally unavailable.The truth is, if someone wants to really be with you, and you’re clearly open to the idea, they won’t forget to get in touch for weeks, even if they’re busy.