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.
Some men are just way too charming to keep your guard up from them. Oh, and note the difference between him wanting to be with you, and him wanting to commit to you. Most girls treat almost every guy they date as prospective husband material.
If you decide to accept whatever crumbs someone hands you, be prepared to be disappointed.
Don’t play the casual game with someone you have deep feelings for either. If a man’s history tells you he’s not the committing kind, he’s emotionally unavailable, and shows that he doesn’t truly consider your needs, most likely he’s not worth the emotional investment. You can’t or shouldn’t force a man to be in a serious relationship or to marry you. Your chances of a great relationship are better, when the other person voluntarily wants to be with you.
Anyway, below are the thought process I have held onto that has help me deal with this 3 month cycle of dating: – You can’t make anyone do anything they don’t want to: if someone doesn’t want to be with you there is no convincing him into it.
– It’s all about personal growth: whether in or out of an involvement with someone, as long as you’ve grown in some way (together or apart), it was worth it.