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So the guy you have been dating is a little skeptical about “titles”.
You feel like you are in a relationship with him, yet he doesn’t quite call you his girlfriend. This reality leaves you dazed, confused, and sometimes a little frustrated. So What do you do?
You get upset about it, but he always seems to find a way to make you forget about it when you are around him. He knows just what to say, and when to say it. However, when you’re alone all you can do is dissect the situation and try to understand it.
Why won’t he call you his girlfriend? It’s simple. He doesn’t want to commit to you.
Then you ask, well how can that be and why not? When you begin asking these two questions your frustration will build. Why?
Well, if I give you the honest answer you won’t feel any better about the situation than you did before you asked, but since you want to know I guess I will share.
When it comes to a committed relationship, guys can sometimes be scared off by the idea of being “stuck” with one girl. In many cases they would just rather leave their options open.
So, if you are dating “that guy”, what should you do? Well you can chose to take one of two options. One you can accept him for who he is and not pressure the situation, while also keeping your options open and dating other guys. If you choose this option be sure to add value to his life, you don’t just want to be “another girl”. However, keep in mind this can only go on so long because eventually you will move on, if you do this right. Reason being, you should be dating other guys who are a viable option for you. If this guy really likes you he will shape up in time, right before you move on.
Your second option is friend-zone him, and find a guy who is actually in the mental space to want a committed relationship. They are out there waiting on you.
BUT..whatever you do, don’t just get into a relationship, just to be in one. Settling is so not cute!
How do you know woman ain’t pretending to love you?
Hello Curious Dude,
The simple fact that you ask the question makes me skeptical about the girls honest and true feelings for you.
Love goes beyond the feeling. Love is an action. The way you tell the difference between pretend and the real thing, is by her actions.
What does she do to show you that she cares? Is she showing you, or is it all lip service? If you are not getting what you need out of your relationship, then you need to express it. If it doesn’t get any better after that, you are just spinning your wheels.
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Ask Chauntel will continue it’s question and answer format responding to viewer, reader, follower, and subscriber questions. However, we are now moving to include inspirational and special interest stories surrounding our vision of becoming the best you!
We have a few interviews posted on our youtube channel of people that I have interviewed and shared their story with you all.
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I hope that you all are accepting of the change and enjoy it.