Dating men who wont commit

I can tell you what your guy would choose: a happy relationship.

Accept your relationship as it is and be happy with it. When you rely on the title you want for your relationship to bring you happiness, you are unable to enjoy your relationship for what it is – two people choosing to spend their time together and loving each other.

A lot of advice in magazines will tell you to change yourself, to take up his hobbies and interests and to wedge yourself into his life.

He focuses on how he feels when he’s with you and if it’s a good time.

A major mistake so many women make is trying to change themselves to fit some mold of the ideal woman they think will be worthy of commitment from him.I’d want my boyfriend to commit because I need to know that he loves me as much as I love him, that he wants me to be part of his life and to know that he sees me as more than just a toy. If we’d ever get married (and I don’t even know if I want to ever get married; I think it doesn’t add much with current divorce rates being there), I’d insist on a prenup. I don’t want anything from him, other than his love & loyalty.Thinking that all women want is financial security and to take advantage, will only work against you, because you’re looking for confirmation.Question: Before we started dating, my guy had just gotten out of a really bad relationship.He was engaged to another woman who treated him like garbage before she eventually cheated on him and ended their relationship.

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