Non commital fucker

It’s understandable, or maybe not. I mean, there is a lot at stake when you put your heart on the line and you can end up wasting months, or years, of your life on a man who never intended to keep you around for the long haul.

And the fucking aftermath of these situations is never pretty. NEVER pretty.

Have you ever felt that he doesn’t share his true self with you?
Have you ever felt that he won’t let you see who he is at his core?
Oh well the chances are high that he’s not in  in it to win it and doesn’t see a future.

Does he always takes vacations from the relationship with no warning?
Have you evet felt he isn’t worried about losing you?
Does his disappearing acts serve more as a way to let you know this relationship isn’t serious?
For some, these are their way of letting you know that you aren’t a deciding factor in where he goes and what he does.
When a guy cares about you and sees a future with you, he wants to bring you into his world as much as possible.

Did he ever told you he doesn’t want to be in a relationship, or he has “commitment issues” or hates labels?
Some people just take it at face value and do and move on. I just can’t.

When you’re in a relationship, talk of meeting the family should come up. Maybe you don’t meet them right away, but he should give you come sort of indication that it’s on the horizon. At the very least, he should let you know that his family is aware of your existence.

As I have already stated, when a man is serious about a woman, he brings her into his world. By keeping you away from his family, he’s essentially saying he doesn’t see you being in his world for the long run.

We we’re stuck in a perpetual cycle of making up and breaking up, sometimes I feel our relationship is just too rocky.
We have been work on trying to make things more stable between the two of us.
We open up the lines of communication, choose our battles; and hopefull that we can get into a groove of less fights and more frequent good times.

I always have a verbal diarrhea that always kick in, my chronic foot-in-mouth syndrome.

Nobody wants that nuicances and I am trying to work on correcting my problem.

On every relationship I had, I always thought well on our way to holy matrimony, but the guys that I dated does not feel the same way.

People fall in love at different rates, and just because you are ready to change your last name to his, it doesn’t mean he is on the same boat.

I want someone who braggs about me to his friends.
Someone who is proud of me
Someone who wants to spend weekends and important holidays with me
Someone who is obviously happy to be in my company
Someone who makes plans with me for more than two weeks in the future.
Someone who wants daytime plans rather than seeing each other at night.
Someone who calls me the next day after every date.
Someone who takes me to work events and trusts me around his colleagues.
Someone who tells a story, looks me in the eye and comments on the details of what I said.
Someone who seems genuinely interested in what I am saying.
Someone who listens
Someone who holds my hand.
Someone who acts protective, putting his arm around me and shielding me, maybe unconsciously, from the environment when things get loud, rough, or crowded.
Someone who cares about me—acts like the world revolves around me.
Someone who is passionate about you.
Someone who makes an effort to be particularly nice to my parents and friends.
Someone who opens doors for me and pulls out my chair.
Someone who shows me affection in front of other people.
Someone who confides his weaknesses, secrets, or other personal information to me, or is vulnerable around me.
Someone who is caring and respectful of me in front of his friends.
Someone who always checks in with me when I am out.
Someone who makes me feel safe.
Someone who handles things or fixes problems for me.
Someone who appreciates my quirks.
Someone who misses me when I go away.

I hope that i could meet that someone someday