If he never ever says “us” or “we” and sticks with “me, myself, and I,” that’s a pretty significant heads up that he still thinks himself as a solo agent.“If a guy doesn’t use words that indicate that he thinks of the two of you as a couple, you can see this as a big, red flag that he is commitment-phobic,” says Cindi Sansone-Braff, a relationship coach and author.“If you do make plans, it will always entail him leaving what he’s doing and breaking off from his group, to come see you—alone.” “This is a showstopper,” Spillman says.How can he commit to you if he’s already committed to someone else?
“If the guy you’re seeing is only interested in physically connecting with you, to the exclusion of all others, it probably means that he’s not trying to get to know you very deeply.
This is a bad sign in general, Spillman says, but it can be especially indicative of an inability to commit.
Maybe he tells you he’s not dating other people, but then you see he still has an active dating profile.
It shows that “his priority list is skewed and you should check to see if you will ever be number one.
Men who are committed prefer spending time with their love more than with their buds.” “One sign that a guy will never commit to you is that he refuses to connect with you over social media,” Bregman says.