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  • Dating someone with commitment issues

    we've all been there. I wanna know how you guys handled the situation. I need some insight

  • #2
    From experience, it's was very difficult. Bad experiences make people put their guard on. It took a lot of time and effort for me back then but let me tell you it was well worth it

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    • Cupcakesi
      Cupcakesi commented
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      Yes, it is better to try and find the silver lining of things

    • Kinkytime
      Kinkytime commented
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      Cupcakesi you're right. Moping and feeling bad for yourself is not good for your own well being. Might as well try and be more positive, right?

    • Cupcakesi
      Cupcakesi commented
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      Yes, that's better than putting all the weight on your shoulders.

  • #3
    If it has been a couple of dates already, maybe it is just time to ask what is the status of your relationship. Don't think it's bad to ask if he wants something serious or he just enjoys fooling around with you

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    • Janbaby
      Janbaby commented
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      This is reasonable enough, because relationship issue is not visible on first few dates.

    • BuiltToLast
      BuiltToLast commented
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      Have you dated someone who has commitment issues?

  • #4
    If you think that he has some commitment issues, it would be better to just end it with him. You'll just end up getting hurt because of it in the long run

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    • Janbaby
      Janbaby commented
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      Did you experience it your self?

    • PieFlavor
      PieFlavor commented
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      Yes, I've been in that situation a couple of times already. So take it from an "expert" lol

    • Janbaby
      Janbaby commented
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      Alright, straight from the expert.

  • #5
    Why date then if you have commitment issues?

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    • BigDaddy69
      BigDaddy69 commented
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      PieFlavor the optimistic type then, I wonder what optimistic people feel if a person has disappointed them countless of times

    • PieFlavor
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      BigDaddy69 we would be pissed off at that person as well. Just because a person is optimistic it doesn't automatically mean that we don't have a breaking point

    • BigDaddy69
      BigDaddy69 commented
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      I know that you would eventually reach that point, but how many times does it have to happen to you before you reach that?

  • #6
    The worst part is both of ya'll have commitment issues. It's hard to do something when all you're doing is doubting his every move,

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    • HoneyConey
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      Let's just hope that the sex is really awesome and that's the only thing that's keeping them together Cupcakesi

    • merrygoround
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      that is just sad

    • Cupcakesi
      Cupcakesi commented
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      HoneyConey I feel like that's even worse, you can't really enjoy sex with a bunch of issues.

  • #7
    I ended it and told him that I don't want to be with someone who's afraid of commitment

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    • Cupcakesi
      Cupcakesi commented
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      Have you found a person better than him after the break-up?

    • XperiencedVirgin
      XperiencedVirgin commented
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      Sadly, I'm still looking for that guy. Would try and tell you once I've found that person

  • #8
    I will end it with her since I'm not the type who will be taken advantaged of when it comes to sex lol

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    • Janbaby
      Janbaby commented
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      I think this should be a woman's perspective right?

    • StrongAsZeus
      StrongAsZeus commented
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      If I am a woman this is what I will do. I'm putting my self through women shoes.

  • #9
    Why would you try and be in a serious relationship with someone who's not into that sort of thing?

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    • fistingfatties
      fistingfatties commented
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      Yes, there are some relationship issues that can be hidden, but if you know that the guy that you're seeing has one from the get go, then you should even try to make things serious with him

    • Janbaby
      Janbaby commented
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      but a relationship is not supposed to be about getting even

    • fistingfatties
      fistingfatties commented
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      You've got a point there.

  • #10
    Try and ask him what he's reasons behind it. If its something that I think that I can't handle then, I would just leave him already

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    • HoneyHoney72
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      Does that mean you would stay with him if he's reason is good enough for you?

  • #11
    If I knew from the start that he has commitment issues, then I would just do it for the sex then. Will make sure that it would be purely physical only

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    • Janbaby
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      So he would be your booty call of sorts?

    • PussySlay
      PussySlay commented
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      Yeah, booty call with a free meal before getting the booty lol

    • leonbronsomGM
      leonbronsomGM commented
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      ^^^ there it is I need to find one of those feed me fuck me send home ^^^

  • #12
    I ended things with him when I realized that he's not the kind who's into commitments

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    • BeautifulCupful
      BeautifulCupful commented
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      How long have you been together before you ended things with him?

    • 1xz9
      1xz9 commented
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      About five months already?

  • #13
    I had this hook up relationship before, the longer we've been together the more I get attached to him. So told him and he said he is not just into commitment so we decided to just cut it off. maybe the right time for us.

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    • #14
      I handled it through breaking up with him. I was in the stage of my life where I wanted to be serious but we're not in the same page, so i'd cut it off.

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      • #15
        I think most people who have been with someone who has commitment issues usually ends with a break up. Because this one is a personal issue they should be handling by themselves.

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        • Lookingforlovin
          Lookingforlovin commented
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          As far as I know it usually ends that way.

        • Janbaby
          Janbaby commented
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          I think that's because people who have relationship issues are hard to handle.

        • Lookingforlovin
          Lookingforlovin commented
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          You said it right, It's hard to handle people with issues.
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