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You're free to stay in denial, return to Google, type in the exactly the same search inquiry that got you here and resume the search to find what you want to hear- that there's hope, when there's not.

Here's the thing about non-committal men which you have to learn: they're both a blessing and a curse, but to gain the blessing to which they offer you're going to have to play their game, like a mime to an onlooker, and if your heart is already in his hands I don't recommend trying this until you can detach yourself.

Everyone wants to be loved and being part of a couple is still the societal norm that most people aspire to. Becoming too Possessive and Expecting Commitment Behavior Before a Commitment is Established. This behavior will make him think you are unstable.

In the quest to couple, dating rules are being relaxed and women especially are making some fatal mistakes that are keeping them in the dating pool longer. If you have just met what seems like a great guy and you've had three or four dates, please don't feel like you have the right to question his whereabouts, go through his phone or search his home. Slow it down and learn to control your emotions, because becoming too possessive may end the relationship before it starts.

My period of relationship ‘false starts’ taught me a lot about commitment and about my own choice in men.

Now, as a psychologist and dating coach I have regular conversations with my clients about this very topic and it’s great to draw on both personal experience and professional industry intelligence.

If he begins to feel genuine affection for you, he may indeed delete his little black book, but it could take a while.

Thinking that he has immediately given up all his options is naive.

Just because he has shown interest in you does not mean that he has forgotten about all the other women in his life.I didn’t understand men and found myself hoping to be liked by them without considering they might not be right for me. I naively believed it was a thoughtful thing to do. Soon after I started learning as much as I could about myself, dating and relationships, communication, attraction, and the ingredients of successful, happy relationships.I seem to remember he smirked, and "forgot" the book at the bar. Now that I have learned a lot, and still learning; I’m implementing tools and strategies effortlessly based on my knowledge and how I feel, without games and with clarity.This isn't to say that this relationship has to be a vile game; in fact, you're not going to want him to even expect you know what he's doing.You're going to resume being sweet, fun-loving, and easygoing, because you have no reason not to.