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    I’ve known this guy a year and we used to speak then broke it off after about 4 month due to us not working and him not exactly being loyal. This time round we’ve been talking for 6 month and still hasn’t asked me to be his girlfriend disputes us doing everything you’d do in a relationship anyway. He said he’s scared of relationships but it just seems like he doesn’t want a title, I just feel like 6 month is a long time to talk to someone without them wanting to move things to the next step despite them telling them they love you etc.
    Today, we had a date planned and he cancelled because he said he’s too tired despite him hardly doing anything all day, all he’s done is played rugby. I just feel like it’s a bad excuse to cancel? What should I do about the whole situation
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    I’ve known this guy a year and we used to speak then broke it off after about 4 month due to us not working and him not exactly being loyal. This time round we’ve been talking for 6 month and still hasn’t asked me to be his girlfriend disputes us doing everything you’d do in a relationship anyway. He said he’s scared of relationships but it just seems like he doesn’t want a title, I just feel like 6 month is a long time to talk to someone without them wanting to move things to the next step despite them telling them they love you etc.
    Today, we had a date planned and he cancelled because he said he’s too tired despite him hardly doing anything all day, all he’s done is played rugby. I just feel like it’s a bad excuse to cancel? What should I do about the whole situation
    sounds like he doesn’t want to take things further, then again he could have some kind of condition that makes him tired no matter what he does that day although i imagine that’s rare
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    I'd just forget about him already tbh
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    Should have let go after you felt he wasn't being loyal. You are right, 6 months is more than enough time before discussing where to take things. You want a relationship and it sounds like he wants to keep his options open or as you said, is scared of commitment.

    I think cancelling because of tiredness is a weak excuse, I've had long days at work and even after a few hours of sleep I'd still have the energy go on a date. You need to discuss with him what he really wants from this, it's now or never tbh.
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    If he truly cares about you even if he is tired he will still want to see you and that is the truth

    It’s a lame excuse in my opinion especially if it’s last minuite
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    Yeah 6 months is a really long time to just be talking, you need to talk to him and see what he wants, does he want or not want a relationship so he doesn't waste your time either. It could be that he's just wants to have some fun and that's why he doesn't want to commit and that is a waste of time to be honest. As for the date, I think that was quite a lazy excuse honestly, if you really want to see someone, you're going to go regardless. Hope this helps
 
 
 
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