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If you’ve been going after him for a commitment, that’s a red flag in itself.
Across the board, in all my interviews and coaching sessions with guys of all ages including my own dating experiences, these are the top factors that men state are the most attractive in women and that trigger intense passionate feelings and desire in them to commit to these women.
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Being single in a world full of married people and couples can be rather frustrating, particularly if you keep looking in the wrong places.
So, if a guy you’ve been seeing has been “on the fence” about you for a while and says he does not want to commit to you yet, then I advise you to either get out of that relationship, knowing that his perception has probably already been set, and try again with someone new.
They will probably just continue to string you along and break your heart. I’m sorry to say this, but no matter how busy a man is, he will still happily commit to a woman and make time for her if he’s really into her and “feeling” it. If a guy tells you that they “don’t want a commitment” or aren’t ready for one, believe them!
You might feel you want something serious with a particular guy.
However, prior to taking any kind of steps, you need to be sure.
Take a step back and then ask yourself some questions, such as: You should notice his actions and find out if he is acting jealous and keeping an eye on all of your movements. Avoid forcing yourself to believe that he is nice guy and hasn’t done anything wrong, which is why you should continue being with him.
This is like convincing yourself of something that probably isn’t right.
Do you want to know if men see you as “High Value,” marriage-material, or as a “Low-Value,” replaceable girl that they want to just string along?