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    So i met this guy about a month ago, we got on really well, met up quite a lot and spoke everyday. He gave me all the right signals that he wanted to make things more official. So before we broke up for christmas and would have a month apart, i drunkenly asked him what was going on between us. This seemed to of scared him off like i was asking him to marry me or something. He went on about how he was young and just wanted to have fun and isn't good in relationships as he gets "bored". Now i am worried ive lost him all together . How do i show him i am find with things being back to how they were and keeping it casual. He hasnt tried to contact me for around 5 days now and obviously i don't want to be needy and speak to him first.
    Any advice would be grateful =]
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    Never talk to him about commitment ever again. It's genuinely scary for some people. Don't interpret his signals, you can easily make mistakes.
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    It obviously just wants to have fun. Now, you can handle this way; you can be totally casual but you mustn't expect him to reciprocate any feelings or prioritise you. Another option is to prove that you're worth committing to and hoping he takes the plunge. The last is to give up on him before it goes any further.
 
 
 
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