Don’t demand communication. (This includes everything from “daily texts” to “tell me what you’re thinking” and “don’t you love …
… to know that you’re “safe” to let into their space. (And this is their idea of “safe;” not yours.) Show them that by giving (demonstrating sanity, consistency, composure, and reliability) — not by taking or making demands — and they will.
Remember: your real goal isn’t “to get them to open up.” Your real goal is to feel okay. You want them to reassure you; they want to not feel drained.