But maybe he can give you a great deal of emotional support and care.5. You want to realistically discuss the expectations you have of him, and genuinely listen to what he expects from you.
Be honest with each other about whether you can meet each other's needs.6. You should trust his word, but if he constantly disappoints or can't keep his promises, believe who he presents, not what he says.
Finally, if you find that the relationship's not working, have the courage to walk away.
You probably feel like you're living in a nightmare and that things can't possibly be as they seem. We perceive time spent at together at the movies, over dinner, at the pool hall or museums, and nights filled with passionate love-making as the ultimate relationship builders.
You catch yourself thinking, "I should have known something, right? Even sexy text messages and sweet "I love you's" begin to build a foundation for a beautiful liaison over the long haul. Taking the initiative to be in a committed and monogamous relationship is not a decision that's made by just one person in a relationship — it has to be mutual. It threatens to ruin the wonderful dream that every little girl has had about finding her Prince Charming and how they'd live happily ever after.
Don't expect more than a man can possibly give you.
And I'm here to tell you that until a man explicitly lets you know that it's all about you and him only… But the fact is, this fantasy doesn't keep your heart from being broken (or at least, doesn't give you a fair warning).A confident, self-assured man won't be rushed into any type or style of relationship just because you want it.His pride alone is enough to make him take a stand against being bullied into the commitment label, and if you throw in peer pressure, you can forget it. So, what can you do if you're in the ambiguous stage? Be certain to talk to each other about each other's sexual history and health; that's a topic that should never be off limits, no matter how exclusive or not you are.2. Really try to see the man as he truly is (not how you want him to be).3.Have realistic standards for who you let into your life. If you do, you'll get only a portion of what you deserve.4.If he does commit against his will, he will probably not be concerned about being faithful.
He will do that when he is absolutely ready; of that you can be sure. Use condoms and remove yourself from any relationship that puts your health in danger.