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Been dating for 7 months

been dating for 7 months-86

I certainly wouldn't be moving in "soon" with someone at that stage, especially if they're uncertain of their feelings (not just the I love you words).

been dating for 7 months-53

I have talked about the L word issue with him 2-3 times, and he doesn't have anything to offer besides "I'm not ready to say it", "I'm being honest" and "It's too early".I may not even have thought of this as a problem if (hypothetically) we live together.But when I'm alone, I think about us often and focus on the big picture, and rather unfortunately, I realized that some crucial elements from this relationship are missing.As far as him telling you his thoughts about love, stop pushing him and trying to elicit an answer more favorable to you. He's being perfectly honest with you which, if you read most of these threads, is an admirable trait. Leave well alone and start reading up on how to keep a spark going. Recently it was his birthday, and I met and had dinner with his friends, plus we had a dinner, just the two of us, on the day of his birthday. I kinda have the feeling that somehow he does love me.

We go out every week at least once and sometimes during weekend. He's the kind of guy who is more about actions than words. I want to ask him what are we, but I'm scared as hell that if I do I'll lose him and the moment we are having.

I think that saying "I love you" is just a phrase, and people get too hung up on it.

Six months is a very short time in a relationship, you're still getting to know each other.

Good grief, that sort of thinking casts a pallor of gloom and doom over any serious relationship you may ever have, Miss Cheerful!

If you don't know how to keep the spark alive after six months of dating how on earth do you expect to keep it going in a marriage?

Another possible redflag is that he rarely talks about our future, he says he can see us moving in together soon but that's about it.