He's a genuinely honest person and very focused on our relationship but I do find it strange that his profile remains the same. Could it be that he wants to keep his options open? Some people are actually on here for the forums, the forums is addicting so what? So the guy has to ditch all his friends to be with you? Until the guy starts dating other women you can't say he's not committed.Why should he have to delete his profile, if both of you breakup he has to make up another profile and join.Hiding a profile is enough, if you're that really insecure than you don't deserve him.Sorry but people are allowed to socialize and have friends.
Serious relationships tend to be monogamous and long-term—or at least conducted with that intention in mind.
Commitment is a huge part of a relationship; it sets the precedent that the relationship is exclusive. George Weinberg, a clinical psychologist and author of "Why Men Won't Commit," says men consider women to be "good commitment material" when they give a man the sense that he can keep his freedom.
It's important to know where you stand on the subject of commitment before you take the relationship any further or walk away. Make sure he still has time to hang out with the guys and be easy about the time he spends away from you.
Many women swear they'll be fine with that idea, but women are wired differently than men and inevitably develop feelings for the guy over time.
Some women mistakenly believe they can change a man's mind about commitment, and it never ends well.