Comments

  • Kimberly Murrow

    This is a great article. Heck, this is a great website. I love it. The guys I date are only half to blame for not committing. I don’t give off any signals I’m looking for commitment or willing to make one. I want to tour the world as a tour guide for a few years before settling down.

  • Melina K

    David Wygant seems to be a guy who understands women and relationships. Too bad he’s such a rare breed.

  • Patti Y

    I enjoyed this article by David Wygant, and I am not trying to be argumentative, but I don’t think there are so many women looking to get a guy to make a commitment. I love my life, and I enjoy having male friends to go hang out with, but I don’t want them “in my life”. Maybe when I’m older, but not now.

  • Sister On Hold

    Great article. I’m having zero luck getting my guy to commit. I’ll probably end up being one of those crazy cat ladies if I keep my life on hold waiting for my current relationship to go anywhere… but the heart is hardly rational :(

  • kjhgfd

    I’m a guy. What does it take to get a man to commit? I know. First, to make you happy. I want to do what you want, because you are good to me. That’s your reward. Second, because you’re making noises about moving to a new man, who will marry you. Hmmm, that’s not good. Better give her a ring. You can use psychology to get a man to marry you. As soon as you make him believe that he will never do better, the deal is done. That’s your mission. SUBTLY, make him realize he can never do better. I use manipulation everyday. You can do the same, and get what you want from your man. It’s easy!
    The best situation is when you choose a man who WANTS to be married and start a family. You ask in advance, you see. Like on the first date. “So, tell me, where do you see yourself in 5 years?” you ponder. “Married, with one little girl, and another on the way!” he replies. Ding! Ding! Ding! We have a winner here, folks!