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But I have to wonder why then you are so afraid to ask him to define your relationship.
It seems to me like there must be something making you doubt his feelings for you or his intentions toward your relationship if you are afraid having the Talk would ruin things.
Recently it was his birthday, and I met and had dinner with his friends, plus we had a dinner, just the two of us, on the day of his birthday. I kinda have the feeling that somehow he does love me.
We go out every week at least once and sometimes during weekend. He's the kind of guy who is more about actions than words. I want to ask him what are we, but I'm scared as hell that if I do I'll lose him and the moment we are having.
Here are a couple of ways to know that you might be dating a guy with commitment issues: Guys with commitment issues date a lot but rarely get into relationships.
I've only been in two committed relationships, but have dated a number of women.
Those three months should be a drama and ultimatum-free zone. Just a period of savoring; the gritty, totally worth it hard work can come later. If something works between two people, then there is no rush.However, if you're a woman not looking for something too serious, dating a guy with commitment issues can be exciting, as they tend to be fun and spontaneous.Of course, women can have commitment issues, as well; I'm just speaking from my own personal experiences and a man's point of view.A “great” one won’t come your way unless you’re willing to pass on the ones that are merely “good.”So this is a simple plea: demand strong feelings from your relationship. Have the courage to believe that something better is out there.Demand awe and inspiration–not all the time, but at least with some regularity. (Hell, I think you might even be able to know sooner than that, but I’m trying to be reasonable here.)And I know some people take issue with this, saying they were dating three years (or more) before they truly fell in love, and now they’ve been together 40 years now, blah, blah, blah. But what happens a lot more often is people who are in limbo for years simply get married because they feel they can’t “waste” the 5 years they’ve been together by splitting up now, and instead go on to waste ten more miserable years together being in an incompatible relationship they don’t have the courage to get out of.