Here’s what guys are really looking for (but won’t — or can’t tell you)!
When it comes to getting a guy to commit to a relationship, many women can’t seem to crack the code.
As most of us have noticed, there are two types of men: Behind curtain #1 is the type of guy who is absolutely smitten with his girlfriend — he puts her on a pedestal, treats her like a queen, and places her happiness above his own. And behind curtain #2 is the type who’s labeled as a “commitment-phobe” — he doesn’t appear to enjoy being in a relationship, acting as if his commitment is of the involuntary kind.
But while most women think that the second type of guy is in the majority, statistics actually say otherwise.
In fact, a study by Match.com found that 95 percent of men openly admit to seeing marriage as one of their ultimate life goals.
So if this is what 95 percent of them seem to want, how can you get a guy to commit and actually fall in love with you?
It all comes down to how a man views commitment. To a guy, it’s like cracking a combination lock; if the numbers don’t line up, he’ll be emotionally distant and unavailable, rather than all in. He might even come up with several one-liner excuses that women undoubtedly find frustrating: “I need to focus on my career,” “I just need space,” or, “I’m just not ready for a relationship right now.”
But these one-liners aren’t lies. He really believes what he’s saying because the “numbers” of his commitment code aren’t lining up.