I recently dated a man I’d met in a pub who, after three months of dinners, sleepovers and incessant Whats Apping, casually said, while pouring me a glass of wine, “You know this isn’t exclusive, right?
” He added that he’d been hooking up with girls from Tinder between each of our dates.
To some (ie my mother) his behaviour seems outrageous. After all, why would a smart, successful 31-year-old man want to be in a relationship when he could go on a dating app and line up a different woman every night for the week?
And why, for that matter, would a smart, successful 31-year-old woman?
Commitment-phobic men may display some or many of the following behaviors:1.
They have a history of short relationships or have never been married.
), marriage so unappealing (why spend £20k on one party when it can go towards a flat for you to host hot single-people parties in?
) and the concept of long-term relationships so unnecessary (we’re reluctant to commit to a 24-month i Phone contract, let alone a boyfriend).
In relationships they create great confusion, havoc, pain, and anguish as their behaviors are often insensitive, unpredictable and bizarre.
These types of men can make women who are saints turn into mad women, as they play games with their minds and their hearts.
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