I have always been a relationship type of woman. I started seeing someone who said from the beginning he was not ready for a committed relationship. We also have mutual friends and most don't know that we have this secret relationship. He is very sweet when we are together, holds me, gently kisses my forehead, asks about family work, wants me to spend the night, but yeah no commitment. Because our mutual friends don't know, he tends to bring other women to parties or gatherings knowing I will be there. Even tells them he's settling down with certain ones. Am I wrong for feeling some type of way about that? I mean I know he sees other women, but I don't want to see it. If one party decides they are ready for a relationship, should they say something just like when they said they didn't want one in the beginning?
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okay if a guy isn't ready to commit then i would move on and stay friends because by him saying that if he isn't commit in a relationship then he's not gonna commit to most things that people do in a relationship like see each other be open about things all that stuff to me him hiding it from friends okay keep ur guys relationship issues and problems and everything u guys do that you wouldn't want your friends opinion for or judgement keep those things to your guys self you guys don't half to tell anyone ur guys business you can still hang out and say you guys are in a relationship there is nothing that will affect that unless you guys tell your business out to them you have the right to be sad or anyway to me what he is doing isn't right at all even as a friend be considerate of the other persons feelings weather your with them or not respect them until they are fully over it or okay with it or has someone else in the picture i think if you treated him the same way he treated you he will realized what he is doing is wrong and stop because ik he's not gonna like another guy flirting with you even in front of him at gatherings with friends0
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