One year dating no commitment
but i chose to stay quiet about it.recently, he helped me get another car and helped fix a lot of things. it's been months since we've talked about our "relationship" whatever you want to call this. First, I want to say that it is very difficult for some people to transition from FWB/casual partnership to a real committed relationship. Society really gives us few options in this regard. Having previously been in a similar situation, i can relate to the confusion you BOTH are feeling.One friend (who wishes to remain anonymous lest her non-boyfriend reads this) explains: “I’ve been seeing this guy for four months now – we’re dating and see each other a couple of times a week.However, if anyone refers to me as his girlfriend in front of him, the colour drains from his face.so i was introduced to this guy by a mutual friend almost a year ago and we had great chemistry. when we first met we both wanted kind of the same things. and i said i wasn't ready for a relationship and i needed to be single for a while. this was the first time i had sex with someone i wasn't in a relationship with. and at that point i honestly dont think i liked him THAT much. That is a hard pill to swallow, but unfortunately we humans still operate on a simple system. If he knows he has your heart, he has no reason to work toward "catching" you, and can set his eyes elsewhere just in case.i had just broken up w/ a boyfriend and i can honestly say that this guy was a rebound. a couple weeks later i told him i couldn't do it anymore. but then another couple weeks went by and we hung out again. it's been 3 years since they broke up and he's dated a couple people in btw. But I guarantee if you take his advice and meet other men, he will be jealous and possibly lessen contact, although he won't step up to the plate like you want him to. but is it really that he's not ready for a relationship? we've been dating for about 9 almost 10 months now. and i can see myself falling in love with him..also!
This is the fastest way to get hurt and for the friendship to suffer.
This has to be a mutually agreed arrangement to be a fully committed couple or to remain friends and NOT be sexually involved.
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Second, you both have maintained a long term "comfort stage," where you have an unspoken relationship without a declaration of commitment.
It may be that this guy doesn't trust you or feel that you really have strong attraction toward him like most new couples would feel.