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He knows what you want and has agreed that he wants the same.
So you need to be patient and let the relationship unfold.
If you’ve been dating more than a month or two and he’s not doing any of that, there’s a good chance it’s because he doesn’t see a future with you.
Sure, maybe he’s slow to fall in love, but you have to realize that you may be the only one making plans in your head about the two of you down the road.
He may not flat out tell you that he’s seeing other women, but assume that if he’s not committed to you, he’s dating other women. Does he often have other plans but is vague when you ask for details? One minute he’s calling you baby and only has eyes for you…the next you don’t see him for a week or three.
If he seems to be all hot for you then suddenly goes cold, it could be because he’s one of these commitment-phobic men.
When you talk about being together years from now, what’s his reaction? If you feel like he’s using you as part of his rotation of women, you’re probably right.
If you were to try to make plans in a month or two, would he agree or come up with an excuse about why he can’t do it?But here’s my caveat: set a time limit for how long you’ll wait around.If he says he isn’t ready for you to call each other boyfriend and girlfriend, ask how long before he thinks he will be (and why he isn’t ready). If he stutters and doesn’t know, he’s probably putting you off.So he goes in and out of your life, hoping you won’t notice. The best way to avoid ending up in a frustrating situation with a man who will never commit is to be upfront about what you want.Okay, so now you realize the guy you’re dating is totally afraid of commitment. This even means on your dating profile: you’ll often see profiles for both men and women that say swipe right on a woman’s profile that makes it clear that she wants a relationship. He won’t change your mind about what you want any more than you will change his.
In Match.com’s Singles in America Study, researchers discovered that 69% of women versus 51% of men had dated multiple people at once.