Commitment after dating
I think it will sort out future time wasters as well.new date "what went wrong with your last relationship?What do you you want ot be doing in 5, 10, 15 years? I can't even begin to tell you how many times I have witnessed this situation. Better now than in some distant point in the future.It sounds like it's run its course, I'm afraid but he can't be arsed to finish it (partly because he doesn't have the same time pressures as you.)Most of the men went onto marry someone else quite soon after too. Dont ruin your life over him, pining for something you cant get from him. I've no idea if it's true but i once read that if a man doesn't want to marry you 12-18 months after meeting you it's a bad sign. but it was something roughly like this, couples tend to get engaged & married at about two years after meeting or 8 years. somebody might ask me to produce a link to back this up, and i'll admit I can't!!It's the same with people getting engaged/having babies - it really gets me down (especially when they've been together less time than us).
Move on while you have the optimism, emotional energy, and resilience to find someone new."you "after two years he still didn't want to commit"date thinks 'woman who values herself, if i'm sticking around, i'll have to value her too'. I got a divorce, finalised when I was 30, because my ex h never wanted children.Nearly 10 years on, I'm happily remarried with three children.On the other hand I love him more than anything and it feels like my world is falling apart.
You are going to make a choice tbh, him or kids and family possibly if you move on and meet someone else.
What you don't want is to get pregnant, planned or not, then have another child because you've got one, and he's still dragging his heels...