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He didn't want commitment so I will try to move on but feel to exhausted to date a new person and afraid it won't work.

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Question - (18 November 2008) 1 Answers - (Newest, 29 November 2008)
A female Czech Republic age 51-59, anonymous writes:

I finally decided that i should move on from the man i was dating this year and start looking for someone else. As there wasn't a normal relationship and he said to me that he didn't like a commitment between us i wasn't happy about all of this. I waited a lot of time if something would change but it didn't really changed anything.

I will keep the communication with him maybe we will arrange to go out sometimes but i will look for someone else. I 'm very disappointed and i think that i won't really find a man that will make me happy. I think that always there will be a kind of trouble. I feel really exhausted to start looking for someone new but i will not show to the man that i was dating until now more interest for a relationship with him.

I think that it will be difficult if we arrange to go out together so i won't looking forward for something like this, only if that happens or he wants to go out together and again i won't show him interest at all.

I think that i have put a lot of effort and there isn't a possibility to change this situation. I feel that i can't find someone else to make a better relationship. Should i move on and look for something better? Should i keep the communication with him?

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A reader, anonymous, writes (29 November 2008):

If he doesn't want to commit, that doesn't bode well, so I would end it. Don't let your past experiences cloud your judgement over the all the amazing guys out there! Go out, meet new people. Trial and error. You'll find someone =]

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