I am more interested than he is. How long do I wait on him?

I am more interested than he is. How long do I wait on him?

Postby Guest » Tue Aug 03, 2004 11:10 am

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I have been dating a wonderful man for 4 months now. I see him about once a week and we soemtimes chat on the computer in between. I think I am more interested than he is. I am willing to commit to seeing only him but he is not.

He says "It could become more but doesn't want to make false promises" How long do I wait on him? I don't want to end up getting hurt. The worst part is, he doesn't even fall into my dream guy catagory. Is this Love or just lust? HELP...PLEASE

Postby vitalcoach » Tue Aug 03, 2004 11:11 am

Hi Michelle,

The situation you are facing is quite common. The risk is to give too much and not get enough in return. In fact you are alreday semi committed to him while he is obviously planing on keeping his freedom.

Don't wait for him to change! This could take ages.

Instead, keep your options open and flirt and eventually date other guys.

I know it's tough to make that call but this is about your personal space and boundaries. It's a simple law with dating: Don't committ yourself to someone unless you are 100% sure it is a two ways committment.

This requires power and determintaion on your side. Once you learn how to stay master of it without loosing your mind for a guy, you'll use it for the rest of your life.

Good luck and stay in touch

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Postby vitalcoach » Wed Mar 30, 2011 10:54 pm

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