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It's great—except that you have no idea where things stand.
He has yet to introduce you as his girlfriend or bring up being exclusive, and you're craving that "couple" title and the security that comes with it.
As time passes, however, confusion, disagreement and possible pain about this "non-relationship" grows. They may have had painful experiences in past relationships and still feel too vulnerable and wounded to jump back into another one now, or ever.
They may hold beliefs that they will lose independence and a sense of control over their lives if they enter into a committed relationship.
To spot if you’re dealing with, or worse, dating a commitment-phobe, here are a few red flags to watch out for…
Even if I had nothing better to do, I didn’t want to be seen as hanging around for him.You find yourself drawn to them despite the doubt in your head.Not just their outward appearance but also their traits and quirks that feel so animated and alive. Your SO probably doesn’t think this is going to last long enough to involve his close folks.The continue to spend time together and become intimate.
One person makes it clear that he or she just wants to "have fun" and does not want a relationship or to get serious. When two people have an agreement that they are both wanting to be casual about their interactions with one another, it can be fun and enjoyable. We certainly hope that there is fun and enjoyment in love relationships and marriages, but there are also other elements that the casual dating experience does not usually include. There are many people who simply don't want to be in a love relationship.
When both people do not want more at the same time, the fun quickly drains away leaving mainly hurt feelings and upset. We understand that when you are first getting to know another person to whom you are attracted, neither of you really knows if this will turn into a love relationship or not.