Question: Is it bad to date a love avoidant?

Thats perfectly fine, although youve got quite a bit of work cut out for you if your partner truly is an avoidant. Thats the bad news. The good news is, most of the emotional work you should be doing in a relationship with an avoidant is the kind of processing a healthy person would do for any partner.

Is it worth dating an avoidant?

Avoidants make up approximately 25 percent of the population, so the chances of finding and dating one is high. If both partners have the determination to work together to become more secure, it can be an extremely enriching, loving relationship—though it will take a little bit more work upfront.

Do avoidant partners fall in love?

Avoidant individuals do not seek proximity and intimacy, avoid the display of emotions, and appear distant and cold. People who have this attachment style are less likely to fall in love, and they dont seem to believe in happily ever after. They fear intimacy and tend to be less involved in relationships.

Can you have a successful relationship with an avoidant?

Despite their fears, people who take an avoidant stance in relationships, if sufficiently motivated and with their partners help, can become more open to greater intimacy, communication and closeness. If you pursue people who need space, they will likely run even faster or turn and fight.

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