5. He introduces himself as your boyfriend to others
Your age in this issue doesn’t matter, or you think that this sound like being in high school — know the central fact is that the headline of “boyfriend” matters.
I had a patron who was dating a guy for six months. He acted so much like a serious boyfriend, but he didn’t give himself the boyfriend title.
When I counseled my client to talk to him about it, she said that she doesn’t want to burden him on the matter. I re-counseled her that a marriage-oriented guy will call himself her boyfriend and does all that comes with the title — the support, the loyalty, and the duty to take care of you all the time.
Confident enough, when my patron spoke to him that she didn’t just want him around her, but she wants to the assurance and security of being his girlfriend, he didn’t delay in breaking up with her.
This was a sure sign that she was spending her time with the wrong guy — one who didn’t take the given opportunity to claim.
6. He sleeps with you, frequently
Understand it or not, men don’t always care about sex. Men have contacts with women to satisfy their emotional demands, too. And far too often, some women play the role of the girlfriend with no sexual regalement.
Maybe he is just your best friend. Perhaps he recently had a divorce. Or he’s meeting someone else, and you are aware.
Know this, a relationship with no sex merely is friendship; This doesn’t imply that it is wrong having guy friends, but when you feel so much like the “emotional booty call” friend, the one gives him all he needs except sex — it apparently signifies that you don’t have the right attraction to take things to the next level.
My advice; Find yourself a new man — a man who wants to sleep with you.