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How to Get Him to Commit

Tuesday, 19 Apr 2011 04:45 PM

There comes a time for every girl when she either must choose to walk away or get him to commit. The question is: how to get him to commit?
What are the rules for commitment? Girls, brace yourselves, because you may not like the rules. Keep in mind that the goal is to get him to propose and that's not going to happen over night.
The rules:
1. Give him a chance to connect with his feelings. How? Space works like glue in a commitment strategy. Find some things to do that do not include him and do them.
2. Don't call him. This will be very hard and you will probably catch yourself in the act of dialing his number on many occasions. Stop yourself!
3. Miss a few of his calls. Yes, let the voicemail pick up. Remember, you are busy doing those things that do not include him.
4. Put your friends before him. It may have been awhile since you've done this, but if you want him to want you enough to commit, do it.
These rules do not center around manipulation. With each one of the rules listed above, he has a decision to make about you and him. Many times men will realize you are the one. Life is different when you are not waiting on him. When he is faced with his real feelings, he will likely discover he does not want to live without you.
If you want to get married, these steps will show you if he is the one for you or not. The rules are not designed to be a game you play to get what you want. On the contrary, you will also determine if he is really the one or not. You may find that time away has made you rethink your desire for commitment. These rules apply best to the female who is confident in herself and does not feel dependant on the man in her life.

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