Emotional Unresponsiveness

  • Cold-hearted
  • Lacking in empathy and compassion
  • Aloof, apart, stand-offish
  • Impersonal, disengaged, uninvolved
  • Not at all open or friendly
  • Unfeeling, unemotional, affection-less
  • Closed, shut-down
  • Detached, distant, remote
  • Self-absorbed
  • Insulated, passively withdrawn
  • Emotionally unavailable, inaccessible, unresponsive, indifferent, uninvested
  • Untrusting, wary, guarded
  • Haughty
  • Angry, hostile
  • Critical
  • Excessively independent and self-reliant
  • Seemingly preoccupied
  • Hold others at a distance
  • Uncommitted

Adapted from:

Cold People: What Makes Them That Way?
Published on May 31, 2011 by Leon F. Seltzer, Ph.D. in Evolution of the Self

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