5 Reasons He Will Not Commit

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[pull_quote_left]Maybe you are dating a great guy but there seems to be reasons he won’t commit.[/pull_quote_left] That can be a very frustrating situation to find yourself in. If that is where you are, it is good to do a little digging to figure out the reasons he won’t commit. Once you figure that out, you can decide what to do next.

1 – He is not Ready for That Step

He may really like you. He may be totally into your relationship. But he just may be thinking on a different plane. If that is the case, you have to decide if it is worth waiting for him to get to the point he is ready.

2 – He is Not That into You

You may have found a guy who you are totally crazy over. You might think he is just the greatest guy in the world. But sometimes, the feelings may not be mutual. He may not be as into you as you are into him. This is hurtful to realize but it is good to know what the real deal is.

3 – He Has Been Burned

Sometimes people get into bad relationships and it would leave them wounded for a long time. If the guy you are interested in had been in such relationship, he may be afraid to get back into a committed relationship. If that is the case, you have two choices. Wait and try to prove that you are different that the girl that burned him or move on.

4 – He Likes the Way Things Are

Sometimes guys are just content with the way things are. This is not a bad reason that he will not commit. He may be comfortable where you are in your relationship. If the relationship is young, give it time to grow. He may commit when some time passes.

5 – He Has Had Poor Examples

If his dad didn’t come through for him or for mom, he may feel it is best to not give himself the chance to mess up. He may fear he is like his dad. This is something he has to go through on his own. You can be there and be supportive and talk to him. But ultimately, it is something he has to work through and decide.

There are a lot of different reasons a guy won’t commit. This list can help you to see which one applies in your situation. What are your thoughts on this topic?