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Signs that Your Man Will Never Commit

One of the most prevalent categories of questions that we receive from women about men is certainly the subject of commitment. Women talk about this all the time and they constantly are asked by girlfriends and coworkers to comment on and provide guidance on how to engineer this into happening.  How to get a guy to commit is the next in our series of advancing relationships.  This article is intended to provide insight for women in regard to reading the signs that commitment – unless heavily leveraged and stringently acted upon – will likely not occur now or in the future.

There are signs of non-commitment typically oozing from and around these guys. It is the presence of the number of these things – not just one – that is the ultimate giveaway. They permeate his entire expression of involvement with you.

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Non-committers demonstrate their lack of potential commitment by their physical-only interest in a woman.   This is a dead giveaway and may be more indicative and any of the others.  The twin and corollary indicator here is the lack of any other physical contact other than sexual.

Non-committers will avoid any discussion or reference to advancing the relationship.  These guys will find a way to disappear after a holiday meal, be unavailable for long periods of time, totally avoid you during that time of the month, and dozens of other scenarios when there is nothing in it for him to be around.

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Non-committers will have a zillion excuses why they cannot do anything but sleep with you. This is the arms length treatment that most women easily recognize. Similarly, the heavy issues – and a general reflection of human quality – are the issues of honesty, trust and fidelity. They will borrow money and never pay it back. They often have advanced engineering skills in the art of the falsehood. Lastly in this subcategory – they cheat.

Non-committers always seem to have a story or an excuse for changing plans and standing you up. Everyone has an occasional need to cancel plans or rearrange schedules but when this has a recurrent theme then there are other objectives afoot beside yours.

The next category is the simple lack of any real emotional involvement.  Non-committers will typically not actually look you in the eye when they say they love you – using is when it suits them or as a sound-bite.

The last and most obvious evidence of a non-committer is the roving eye – that permanent inability to stop ogling every woman around them. This is often the easiest to verify and cannot be explained away.

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