I’m not going to take fitness advice from someone who is terrible shape and I would encourage you not to ever listen to dating advice from someone who has never had a good relationship (unless you are looking for a recipe on how NOT to act). I am not advocating abandoning a relationship because it’s not perfect – nothing ever is.But at the same time, it is a sobering reality to see a relationship for exactly what it is and not what it could be.
”If a guy won’t call you his girlfriend after a month (two months tops), then I would say it means that he’s enjoying the relationship exactly where it is and at this moment will not take it any further unless he is inspired to.
I guess the simple answer as to why he won’t call you his girlfriend is because he doesn’t have to.
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.
There are a multitude of reasons why he may not call you his girlfriend.
Maybe he just got out of a relationship (like in this case) and does not want another commitment that ends in pain.Our relationship is starting to suffer now because even though I say I’m fine with how things are, deep down this is really bothering me and I feel really hurt by the fact that even though I am his ‘girlfriend,’ he won’t acknowledge me in that way.Can you please shed some light on what’s going on here?So this girl’s out with her friends, brings up her relationship and then all of a sudden it’s like a Jerry Springer audience teamed up with the cast of the View to give their advice.Moreover, usually the women giving “advice” are single and haven’t had a successful relationship to date.As a result, their “advice” is more about the women projecting their own frustrations outward onto that girl’s relationship.