One year dating no commitment

14-Jul-2015 13:23

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. We have wonderful times togehter, when we are able to find the time to be together.We both have really busy lives, we live close to each other. A year ago today I made the decision to give Andy Stanley’s one year no-dating challenge a try. And I read a lot so it says a lot about his talent that he’s in my top 10 and I think he also has the distinction of being my most-recommended and most-loaned … I will not date anyone, for any reason, for a full calendar year.A year to myself, to focus my thoughts inward and intentionally eliminate dating, flirting, sex and all of the baggage that comes with that … I’ve been attending North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, GA (Andy Stanley’s turf) for a little more than a decade now. We said we loved each other last month for the first time. My question is the other day i asked if he wants to spend the rest of his life with me?and he responded that he tends not to look that far down the road. Then yestereday i explained I wanted our lives to be more together, and he stated it was what he could do at the present time, Are my expectations to high?

I really care for him, as he does for me, i just dont want to end up getting hurt.

Any advice or has anyone gone through a similar situation?

The next step would be to either change your profile or take it off.

~OP~ I've been here far too long to think that everything is blissful, so you just happened across POF and the forums. Sounds perfect to me (sounds 'something' anyway......)~OT~ There is no set in stone way that two people advance in any relationship. You can be blissfully happy is it is, or you can move on.

You've made out things have been perfect but you joined this site just over 2 months ago, state you are single and are looking for men for dating.

I really care for him, as he does for me, i just dont want to end up getting hurt.Any advice or has anyone gone through a similar situation?The next step would be to either change your profile or take it off.~OP~ I've been here far too long to think that everything is blissful, so you just happened across POF and the forums. Sounds perfect to me (sounds 'something' anyway......)~OT~ There is no set in stone way that two people advance in any relationship. You can be blissfully happy is it is, or you can move on.You've made out things have been perfect but you joined this site just over 2 months ago, state you are single and are looking for men for dating.Maybe he knows you are still looking on dating sites and that is the reason he doesn't want to commit!