Psychologist Bryn Collins opens up the discussion about life with emotionally unavailable partners. She begins by unequivocally stating that you are not the problem. Collins uses solution-focused skills to help you identify, cope with, and change these painful associations and teaches you how to recognize and avoid emotionally unavailable partners in the future. This book also offers the emotionally unavailable partner techniques that allow him or her to learn to connect. Using case studies, quizzes, and jargon-free, easy-to-understand concepts, Collins discusses the most common types of emotionally unavailable partners: Romeos and Romiettes, who come on strong and then disappear; Indiana Joneses, high-intensity partners who always keep their heads - and their hearts; Tens and Other Trophies, who rely on their good looks to enchant without any real connection; Mama's Boys and Daddy's Girls, who never learned to feel their feelings and expect you to pick up where Mama and Daddy left off; 'Holics, who are more interested in the relationship with their addiction than with you; Emotional Einsteins, for whom love is an intellectual exercise, ... and many more.