Dating commitment phobia
"Commitment-phobes will tend to provide obstacles to any relationship progress.”14.
They always need more space than you're giving them.
” free-for-alls, sometimes people who clearly aren’t hardwired for monogamy try to force themselves to be (which is totally unfair to you, to be clear).
Obviously, societal norms can be annoying, but if they talk negatively about marital expectations more often than any of the upsides of a strong partnership, it kind of shows that they deep down think monogamy never really works out.16.
That girl he saw exclusively for six months was completely casual, and he has no idea why she freaked out and deleted their whole Eurotrip album when he sent her a breakup text.12.
Not this guy, who only tells you when he’s free three hours in advance! They’re chronically late, chronically flakey, or a lovely combo of both.
Because they don't want to view dating as "serious", they don't stress over or prioritize getting there on time and don't really care if them cancelling screws up their chances with you. They’re pretty impulsive, but only when it comes to you.
Of course, cautiously easing into a new relationship is a perfectly normal (and emotionally healthy! But you have to wonder if your relationship is moving anywhere at all.
“People who are taking it slow will tend to move forward," says Brogaard.