“If he is just fitting you in wherever his schedule has a gap, he may not value and respect your time enough to plan a date that works for you.” That means he sees you as someone who is just temporarily in his life.“If he is interested in being with you long term, he will be respectful about your future plans and inquire about how he will fit into them.” Sometimes the smallest actions can speak volumes about what’s going on in his head.(And, yes, it becomes downright maddening when you’re ready to settle down, and you’re finding yourself in relationships with partners who refuse to.) So, to help you save time, effort, and potential heartache, we’ve compiled all of the expert-sourced red flags that will help you spot a guy who’s wasting your time from a mile away—from his habit of only making last-minute plans to his steadfast refusal to introduce you to his family to his miraculous ability to ghost you (only to reappear again unexpectedly).So read on—and for more great relationship advice, be sure to read the 15 Worst Reasons to Delay a Breakup.
There are many explanations for why this might happen (he’s extremely busy with work, family, or dating other people), but all of them point to slim chances that he’s interested in a committed relationship.
These kinds of mixed messages show that even if he does say he’s ready to make things official, you may not be able to trust his word.
Avoiding major life events and holidays is a classic commitment-phobic move, according to Sansone-Braff, and he might not even realize he’s doing it.
Great relationships allow people to connect on multiple levels: physically, emotionally, and maybe even spiritually.
“If the guy you’re seeing is only interested in physically connecting with you, to the exclusion of all others, it probably means that he’s not trying to get to know you very deeply.