So you're in love with a man and he doesn't want a commitment? That's troubling if your heart and mind are set on a serious relationship with him. Why is it that the fairytale ending we dream of comes crashing to a halt when we finally meet a man we believe could be our Prince Charming? Life doesn't have to be this emotionally torturous. If you want him to commit, you can make it happen. Regardless of his reasons for not wanting to take the relationship to the next level, you can change his mind. The key is learning how to push the triggers within him that make him realize that you're the best thing that's ever happened to him.
The first thing you absolutely must do if he doesn't want a commitment and you do is look at the current dynamic of the relationship. Are you two still in the dating phase or has your relationship become more like that of a married couple? Is it understood that you'll only date each other? Do you run to be with him each and every time he asks you to? If this sounds familiar, it might be time for you to make a few changes. When a woman makes it clear to a man, through her actions, that she's his and his alone he'll stop trying. He will no longer work at impressing her. He'll stop calling as often as he did and there will be an unspoken expectation that she'll be available whenever he wants her to be. That's ideal if you're in a committed relationship. It's unacceptable if you're not. You need to take a serious look at the state of things between the two of you and then decide if you need to change your own behavior.
An effective suggestion for a woman who wants her man to commit is pull back from the relationship just a hair. You have to be incredibly subtle about this so it doesn't appear as though you're playing a game with him. The best way to do that is to start making plans of your own. When he asks you over at the very last minute, tell him that you already have plans. Start making some life decisions on your own. It doesn't have to be anything monumental. Perhaps you can make vacation plans with a girlfriend instead of him or you can attend a family wedding solo instead of asking him to be your date. It won't take long before he notices the change in your attitude. He'll feel you slipping away and if he doesn't want that to happen, he'll seriously reconsider his stance on the subject of commitment. Let your actions show him that you're not fulfilled in the relationship anymore. He'll get your point loud and clear.