He’s faithful, loved-up, and incapable of seeing his life any differently than he’s always seen it, meaning that to actually commit to a woman long-term is impossible, as it would change his life. This chap is not deliberately single; if anything, he desperately wants to be in a fulfilling relationship. Just like Romeo and Juliet, it is tragic, heart-breaking, and in the end he dies alone. You may even have been dating him for a little while (because obviously, dear reader, you wouldn’t get your knickers off on the first date, now would you? But once the relationship turns physical, you’ll start to see increasing evidence of his, let’s call them “preferences”.
But he subconsciously pushes against togetherness due to the phobia of losing some control, independence, sense of self, or the horror that is a woman who might leave the scatter cushions in the wrong order. The workaholic This is the man who defines himself by his job. He may even have been engaged to the love of his life but, whether through circumstance, ill judgement, or even by having loved a woman who simply did not return his love, he can never again find a woman who can match up to “her”. Perhaps you’re locked in a passionate, post-dinner snog, when suddenly he refers to you as his “little bitch”.
He’ll have a nice car, he’ll own a nice house, and wear decent suits. Far be it from me to criticise anyone’s bedroom antics, but you can bet your bottom dollar that he’s never married because he’s never found a wife who is willing to explore his deviances (and “special toys”) for the next three or four decades.
But his status-anxiety leads him to believe that work is the single most important aspect of a man and this leaves little space in his schedule for devoting to a gerbil, never mind relationships.
Almost always in this situation, she leaves him rather than him ending the relationship. This chap will seem very “normal” until he gets you near his bedroom.I admit it was a memorable experience, we had beautiful and exciting moments together. Well now, this married man and I are still friends. i am also in current situation and Long Distance Relationship. Every woman deserves to be Number 1 in a mans life and you should NEVER settle for less!!!!But you know what, I LOVE MYSELF and I can't allow him to treat me like an option because I believe that I deserve to be someone's priority! If he loves me and wants me, then he has to prove it first. my bf is now tying for separation and not having love with his wife (he said his ex) as we both agree to have faith and loyal each other. HE WILL NOT LEAVE for you, the marriage is secondary in most cases. Walk away and if he truly loves you he will find a way to be with you, only you!I’m sure there are equally damning perceptions from both sides of that particular fence. But you’re asking yourself how he has managed to avoid a committed, semi-successful relationship thus-far and whether you should therefore be seriously considering him as a prospect?Feel free, dear reader, to add your experiences of crazy cat-ladies and such like in the comments section… I suggest that you ask yourself whether he falls neatly into any of the following categories: 1. He’s very charming, great in bed, knows all the right lines and can successfully convince you that he wants to find “the one”.