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Maybe he likes you, but he doesn’t want to feel “tied down” by a relationship.Maybe he likes you a lot, but he knows that he’s not in a position where he can fully commit to you because he has a lot on his plate to deal with and will continue to for the foreseeable future. Regardless of the reason, it’s nobody’s job to play psychiatrist or detective.I would say focus on being fun and lighthearted and enjoying the relationship for exactly what it is.But beyond that, I would especially recommend that you keep your options open and you continue keeping up with all your other social activities that do not involve him: seeing your friends, attending any functions you like to go to, etc.The only problem is he won’t call me his girlfriend.I’ve tried bringing it up and when I do he almost makes me feel guilty about it and says things like ‘what we have is so special, why do we have to label it?To a guy, calling a woman his girlfriend is typically a huge pain in the ass and if the woman is making herself so available and so committed when he hasn’t committed to anything, why would he call her his girlfriend?If a store was giving you free stuff, would you say ‘no please, let me pay you for it’? Now, with that said, that does not necessarily mean that there’s no chance of you becoming his girlfriend.
Why would the guy want to deepen a relationship when it doesn’t feel good and seems to only be getting worse?
The relationship at the moment is either working for you or it’s not.
I think there are a few traps in this sort of situation.
’ I know he had a painful breakup with his girlfriend before me which I think might be a part of this, so I’m trying to be understanding but I don’t think one thing should have anything to do with the other.
Sometimes I’m okay with how things are, but other times I get really angry, especially when my friends get on my case about it.