Are you frustrated with trying to figure out if the guy you are dating is ready for a serious relationship?

Today on Digital Romance TV, Mike and Nora talk about the “five signs to tell he’s not interested” as well as how to finally get in a committed relationship with your man.

Watch as they discuss:

Serious Relationship? Is He Committed?1. The scenarios that he usually creates to divert things

2. Self-Awareness when looking at your relationship with him

And much more…

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Michael Fiore

Internationally recognized as the foremost expert on how to have great relationships in the modern world, Michael is blunt, funny, and always honest.

In 2011, Michael appeared on “The Rachael Ray” show with his popular “Text The Romance Back Program” (Rachael said he gave her “chills”). Since then Michael has given women X-Ray vision into men’s minds with “The Secret Survey”, helped thousands rebuild relationships with “Text Your Ex Back”, and has become an Amazon Best Selling Author.

Michael lives in Seattle, WA and is currently hard at work on his next shocking, straightforward and really, really useful program.

What Do You Think?

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  • Freedom livin Jul 11, 2015 at 8:03 am

    I was in a relationship for 4 years that had no commitment. In the beginning I didn’t want a commitment. I was coming off a 20 yr marriage and was not anxious to get into another long term relationship. But as us Women often do I developed an emotional attachment and found myself wanting more after a year. So I hung I there for 3 yrs thinking maybe one day he would change his mind too, well it never happened. I had to let go and move on. Doing that was harder in me than when I left my 20 yr marriage. But I did it and now I make sure to pay attention to what a man says.

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  • Leila Jul 11, 2015 at 2:23 am

    I think it’s clear that after a certain amount of time has passed – you have formed a bond and know you’re exclusive and want to be together – it’s time to include your family and friends in your conversations and even activities from time to time and the only way to do that meaningfully is to introduce them to your new partner. So, as far as the subject goes, I would say you have to take your respective time scales into consideration and people’s time scales can vary, but beyond that, yes, if a man is inclusive with you as well as exclusive, then he more than likely takes you seriously.

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    • Mandee_Lion   Leila Jul 11, 2015 at 4:00 am

      Have the conversation, unless you have the conversation you’re just assuming what he wants. And you might be wrong.

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  • Justdon'tknow Jul 6, 2015 at 3:52 pm

    I’ve been dating a guy for 7 months now. We moved very fast be moved in right away so we had to learn each others habits prett fast. Well i fell pretty hard for him and recently he has been giving me reason to doubt his loyalty so i did a bad thing and looked into his Facebook account. Well i found what i didn’t want. He’s messaging exes and i freaked out. To him he did nothing wrong but to me that’s cheating. I just don’t know what to do 🙁

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  • Martinee Jul 5, 2015 at 8:10 pm

    I think people stick around hoping that the person will change their mind. I did this very thing and ended up hurt after 5 years. Our relationship was strange because we did go on dates we slept together and cuddled all night. But I never came around his family or friends as his girlfriend. We have a ten year age difference and I have four kids so I kinda thought it was convenient. But it turned into a nightmare. He was hot and cold and disappear ing. He lied alot and would tell me to be patient. But he just didnt want to give up the sex. I realize now how much I compromised my self esteem by thinking I could carry on with a partime lover. Now if a man cant incorporate himself in my life fully I will not date or sleep with him. I will not date anyone that much younger either. In the end we broke it off. He was seeing someone else and had a child. When I run into him he still tries sleeping with me and even tells me he loves me. Im happy im not his girlfriend because he is just a confused and dishonest person. I still love but I know he is not the one. By the way I met his parents his sister but only because he was my sons football coach.

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    • Shirin   Martinee Jul 6, 2015 at 10:00 am

      I have the same problem as you. Martinee.

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    • Mandee_Lion   Martinee Jul 11, 2015 at 3:58 am

      I went thru similar to this, met his kid, his baby mama (she didn’t like me btw), went to business dinner with him, went into business with him, traveled with him…turned out he was married. It took me 6mos to find out, another 6mos to figure out he was lying about leaving her, and then another two years to recover from the psychological damage he caused. Good luck!

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  • Baffledbyhim Jul 5, 2015 at 6:51 pm

    When I am with my boyfriend he is very attentive, he does speak of the future and he tells me that he loves me. We have been together for two years and we always texted each other when we were apart. Lately when we are apart he rarely texts or calls, or when we do start to text he just drops out of the conversation. I don’t know how to address it, because it does seem rather petty while I type this, however it’s confusing to me. Its almost like he is operating nowadays with an on and off switch attached to him.

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