Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. We talked and I told her where I was at but she would bring the subject up over and over again. I am all about communication with someone but there has to be a line or else its just overkill. After feeling boxed in I didn't want to get us both in so deep it would be a disaster.
I'm definitely not one to play people and f**k around with emotions. Obviously if you have sex both people are usually attached to some degree. How ironic, when this kind of statement comes from females on the subject of sex it usually ends up with a bunch of posts where they are labeled controlling, manipulative and using a waiting game as some kind of weapon against the man. We talked and I told her where I was at but she would bring the subject up over and over again. I am all about communication with someone but there has to be a line or else its just overkill.
However, if you’re a woman not looking for something too serious, dating a guy with commitment issues can be exciting, as they tend to be fun and spontaneous.
Of course, women can have commitment issues, as well; I'm just speaking from my own personal experiences and a man's point of view.
So..answer your question...we didn't have sex at all. No one enjoys being badgered, hounded and constantly barraged with “nagging” about something they aren’t ready to jump into yet.
There is nothing wrong with you, you are actually listening to the big head, it’s too bad most guys don’t prick up their ears more often.
Most women would’ve been climbing the walls after a month or two.
We’ve been together for about six months (just dating), and I want more. We do everything a boyfriend and girlfriend do—have sex, spend a lot of time together, and we even have keys to each other’s houses.My girlfriends say I need to tell him right now that I want the title, or I’m leaving.(They’re all single or divorced, so I don’t know if their advice is any good.) There has to be a better way than either of those, and I’ve already tried telling a previous guy I dated what I wanted, and he walked away. Dear Stacie, Right now, you’re in a pretend relationship… But as you correctly said, he hasn’t made anything official, so you know you’re not his girlfriend. First, I want to congratulate you on your patience and easygoing way. Due to negative experiences and beliefs (or sometimes a personality disorder), both sexes can suffer from commitment phobia.But more and more men seem to be suffering from this problem.You can ask any woman who's dated a guy with commitment issues; it can be a roller coaster, and that can be good or bad thing, depending on if you enjoy roller coasters.