When you find yourself in this position, it's easy and understandable to worry about whether you'll ever end up making him commit.If you do find yourself in this situation then there is at least one piece of consolation that can make you feel better and that is to know that you are far from alone.In fact it's fair to say that every man is really a commitment phobic on some level or another. There is actually a genetic reason for this guys are designed to spread their seed and their genetics and can do so many times over during a short space of time.Thus they need quantity slightly more than quantity when looking for women and from a genetic standpoint marriage doesn't make that much sense to a man.Dating a commitment phobic man can be a fairly stressful experience for a woman who sees herself married with children in the next five years.It's an attractive prospect to you, and yet the guy who you want to marry seems to break out in a cold sweat whenever the subject comes up.
For men it is highly important to live a good and successful life and to compare this to the lives of those other men around them as well as those even in the media and even those who are fictional.
Another biological aspect to consider here is the fact that women have much more of a 'time limit' than men when it comes to these things.
That is to say that women have the menopause when it's too late for them to have children, whereas men can have children at any age, meaning that it's far less pressing for them.
One of the other real reasons then is a lack of maturity and on some level he recognises this too.
But then at the same time some guys would argue that 'maturity' is over rated if it means selling out on your dreams and settling for less.
This way he can see marrying you or having children or generally committing not as waving the white flag, but in fact helping his course as they say behind every good man is a great woman.