Some men are very upfront about they willingness or unwillingness to commit. You’re convinced they like you, and you’re probably right. However, when someone – man or woman – doesn’t want to commit to an exclusive relationship, like and love don’t have as much say as we think. They may even ‘run up’ their phone bill, talking to you.
Women like to hate on men who just want some booty or to have some fun. Most girls treat almost every guy they date as prospective husband material.
Can you really blame them if you’re a hottie and want to ‘get some’? They’re more smitten with the idea of marriage than with wanting to marry someone because they’re smitten by the person.
It’s a waste of time and it’s honestly an emotional hardship.
There’s only so much non-committal drama a person can handle before they snap. I have wasted a great deal of time pining for guys who are huge commitment phobes.
If a man doesn’t want to be committed to you, why try to force him? Love is not always as strong a force as gravity to make sure that they have no choice but to plant their feet firmly on the ground next to you.
Oh, and note the difference between him wanting to be with you, and him wanting to commit to you. Let’s look at the potential for a couple moving from a steady relationship to marriage.
One of the first signs you’re in love with a commitment-phobe is easily spottable.
The more you see one another, the more marked it becomes that all contact is in on your territory.
They had many great years together but had he been honest with himself about their conflicting views, he might already have his Jr. Don’t think that you partner is magically going to change your mind one day or that if it “accidentally happens” he will be forced to commit.
There’s a lot of gray area between first date and committed relationship.
It’s hard to straight out ask a person if they’re afraid of commitment.