Maybe he likes you, but he doesn’t want to feel “tied down” by a relationship.
Maybe he likes you a lot, but he knows that he’s not in a position where he can fully commit to you because he has a lot on his plate to deal with and will continue to for the foreseeable future. Regardless of the reason, it’s nobody’s job to play psychiatrist or detective.
The only problem is he won’t call me his girlfriend.
I think there are a few traps in this sort of situation.
Well, the most important advice I can give is to have a high sense of self worth- know what you want and know that you CAN get what you want and never have to settle for anything less.
Now this isn’t something that you need to say, it should just come across in how you act.
“This works because it's a spontaneous and very nonthreatening invitation,” Lieberman says. It's not you making the party in order to catch him, and it will be fun.” Emmett Mc Kinney, a junior from Vanderbilt University, agrees that a party invitation is a great way to start things off.
“This one would get my attention because of the social event involved,” Emmett says. This ultra-flirty text will grab your crush’s attention without a doubt.
And from a guy’s perspective, when a relationship gets like this, it becomes much less likely for a guy to want to stay.