Are we dating or just friends with benefits
The way out of this would be to simply treat the relationship as it actually is now instead of acting as if it’s more. But there is no reason he would do anything different than he has been doing since what he’s been doing so far has worked well. Look to your life to fill you up, make you happy, and make you fulfilled. but when we’re in the situation ourselves, somehow we forget what it looks like from the outside.Guys are very content with a relationships being what it is. The simple fact is this: asking or pressuring someone into moving the relationship forward does not work.
I told him that I didn’t want to be just a “booty call” and he said he’s not like that, but he won’t make it more.
It's all about what feels right or not right at any given moment.
If you feel you are falling fast for your FWB and want more, here are a few guidelines to follow:1. If this arrangement doesn't serve you anymore — the costs really exceed the benefits — you know where the door is, right?
Never agree to something you are not comfortable with.2. Of course it's not that easy to leave because you are hormonally and emotionally attached to him now, so what you need to do is to start weaning yourself off him by seeing him less and seeing others more.
I don't recommend talking to him about wanting to be serious if he hasn't initiated the conversation himself because the likelihood is he hasn't changed his mind about not wanting a relationship. a party of the "coupledom" who is more invested and more into the other.
will get him to notice and do something about it if he's so inclined.3. The more you are ridden with one-down anxiety, the more you feel vulnerable, helpless, hopeless and desperate.