I've been seeing this guy for 3 mos now. Things are great but I can't seem to understand why he says he feels guilty of not having a solid commitment to me? Although I haven't asked for it because i also have to focus on my career and other things in life but i really really enjoy his company and happy about it. I know that he cares about and even said i've swept off his feet and said "i love you" but why does he say that?
He can't commit to a relationship but feels guilty about it?
What Guys Said 2
I'm in a predicament like that. I go on dates with a girl and we flirt and what not but I personally can't commit due to starting an apprenticeship which is gonna require me to live away from home for 5 days a week. I feel guilty for not solidifying our relationship but there's also not much I can do as I don't want to have to put her through not seeing me for 5 days at a time0
What Girls Said 3
He doesn't want to be obligated and tied down in a relationship. But he wants the perks of what comes in a relationship. If this is something that you are looking for, then go for it. But i would not suggest getting into a relationship like this, because you will find yourself wanting me and the guy may not want that.2
He's playing with your emotions hence why you have ended up here asking the question. He can't commit because he doesn't want to it's a simple as that and you're going along with it kidding yourself that you don't want a relationship (why does a career stop you having a relationship with someone? There's a thing callled balance) because right now you're 'happy' with the way things are... Until he moves onto someone he does want to be in a committed relationship with and you wil be right back here asking us what went wrong because he said all these nice things to me. Move on and either focus solely on your career if that's what you really want or be with someone who can commit to you.0
he's playing with you and you let him0
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