When a man tells you upfront that he is not ready for a committed relationship, do you take him at his word that he is not ready for one, or do I set guidelines and require more from him? I don't want to demand more if he is not ready for that I would rather just let it happen if it's meant to happen. At some point he feels he is ready, shouldn't he say so especially since he stated when we wasn't? I know women that say you have to let him know this and set guidelines. But I feel if he wanted that be it with me or not, wouldn't he say so without me having to almost beg him for it? The men I know have always said exactly how they felt, what they wanted if they not ready, when they are ready. I have never had to demand commitment from a man. Give me some insight guys!!!
Hey fellas. Do I take him for his word he is not ready to commit, or do I demand more?
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I would take it as a word that he probably isn't ready for a relationship. I had an ex who was afraid to commit in a relationship. He probably has a hard time doing his part in a relationship or doesn't really know how a relationship is supposed to go. If he isn't ready he isn't ready you can't make him ready.1
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