If he says he likes you, but doesn’t want to commit for whatever reason, it just means he doesn’t like you enough to be in a committed relationship with you.This sounds really harsh at the face of it; however, I have also been a victim to what we may perceive as mixed signals. It is very crucial we realize, the difference between doing things to keep him versus being the person that he truly wants to be with.Remember that if you need to question if he’s interested or not, mostly likely the answer is a no.When the guy is right and really likes you, you will just know, you won’t have any doubt or question about it.Always remember, it’s in the very nature of a man to take the initiative if he’s genuinely interested.Rest assured he will make the move, and if he doesn’t, get the hint and try to move on. It actually pains me to admit why I feel qualified to write about this.You see, I have been “that guy”, leading women along for whatever selfish reason or motive I had at that particular time.
Some will diminish your point of view, others will degrade you and there will be those who speak to you as if you're somehow obligated to serve them.
Furthermore, I’m in the minority of guys that will actually admit it – not just to others, but to themselves as well.
We’re not all calculating, manipulative scumbags, but men often subconsciously lead women on.
Believe what you’re told (until convinced you shouldn’t). The confusing behavior may lie with your partner’s life circumstances, fears, or past hurts. Feeling insecure may prompt you to send your own mixed signals, but this will only make matters worse.
One of the worst responses is to become huffy: “Why didn’t you call? There is a push-pull phenomenon common to relationships: the more you push, the more your partner will pull away. Make sure you’re not contributing to the confusion. A trusted friend may see things more clearly than you can.