Use these resources to help you and your partner decide if your relationship can stand the test of time.Some relationships never make it this far, while others are barreling down the road at full speed well before most people would even consider saying 'I Really Like You'.READ: Three Ways to Bounce Back from Rejection This behavior typically reflects that a man wants to have his cake and eat it, too.

” I’m talking about what people really think about the relationship put-off that’s as old as the hills: “I’m too afraid/nervous/scared to take the relationship to the next level.” Decoded, what does this statement really mean? While generalizations are often wrong or highly embellished, it is true that many men feel afraid of commitment and emotional intimacy in a way that many women don’t.

Let’s be honest: Guys are usually the bearers of this lame dating line.

So how do you know if you're in love, or alternatively, how do you get there?

These articles attempt guide you along that lovin' path and show you the way.

READ: 24 Things Your Guests Hated About Your Wedding Once you’ve taken inventory with these crucial questions, your only healthy choices are to: 1) Hit the road, or…

2) Give him a time frame during which he must figure out what he wants to do.

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Reflection as to why you've broken up, including any patterns associated with your break-up, is an important step of moving on.

While that may be fine for him, what about for you?

What to Say and Do in Response: When a guy tells you that he isn’t ready for commitment, it’s time to have an adult conversation about the status of the relationship and whether each of your most important emotional needs are getting met. When you suggest moving in together, he pumps the breaks and moans about how he isn’t ready to take the relationship to the next level. Take a minute and sit with it, and tell him that you’re not sure what to say.

If you want to make the relationship work, consider giving him six months.