He'll be totally committed if…

By Miss Kes

Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Many women believe that men are fearful of commitment simply because they desire the freedom to walk if they desire. But truth is, as the men below share, they are willing to commit – under the right circumstances.

Mark:

I have no issues committing but I don't like feeling pressured and that is the issue I see with most women. They think they should tell a man what to do and all, and that can be a serious turn-off for any man.

Dave:

I will commit, but on my time. These women these days think they should bully men into relationships, marriage and having kids, and I am not down for that. As it is, I am in an open relationship and I know she doesn't like it, but it gives me the space to do me. It is not something I really want to do, but until I am ready, it is my lifestyle at the moment.

Raynor:

I was seeing this woman some months ago and every time we'd go on a date, she would mention engagement ring and marriage, even telling me that all her friends were married. I thought to myself, she must be crazy! We weren't even together for a year and I was hearing all this. I had to run from her.

Andre:

I will commit to a woman who's worth it. A woman cannot tell a man she is wife material and there is no evidence of it. I need to see the quality and then sure, I will commit.

Kemar:

Man nuh like no lock and key thing. I like my freedom. I do believe in marriage and having assets in a relationship, but no man nuh want no woman fi pressure the thing.

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