That’s because she isn’t sure about whether she wants to go along with you or the other guys she’s dating with.
Maybe you’re all equally good in her eyes, or maybe you’re all equally bad.
I personally am not interested in other boys, and while at the moment I’m still happy with seeing how things go, I just want to know how he feels it’s going with us. I’ve seen men and women make the mistake of fixating on one person and jumping way ahead into thinking about where things could lead and what their relationship could become. We have a notion in our culture that a relationship with someone somehow entitles you to that person, almost like they are your property or possession… I can guarantee that if you get wrapped up in worrying about what he’s doing, you’ll do things that will harm your chances.
and if they don’t do what you want, you are entitled to punish them, shame them, berate them, invade their privacy, etc. Worry leads to desperation, desperation leads to acting needy, acting needy leads to the guy wanting nothing to do with you. Don’t fixate on him – consider yourself on the dating market until he specifically and clearly locks you down into a relationship.
Have you noticed how the number of arguments between you has steadily been on the rise?
not trying to acquire a relationship or boyfriend as if they were trying to acquire a new handbag or pair of heels.Either way, if weeks have passed and you don’t know much about her personally or the people in her life, it’s time to call it quits.Sometimes the fact that she's dating other guys is revealed by how her behavior changes suddenly.That’s because mentally she’s comparing you with the other man (or men) she’s been dating behind your back. She acts as if she really likes you but then her actions show that she’s not really interested in taking things any further.It’s possible that she really doesn’t want to commit so quickly, in which case she should have told you so outright, or she's waiting for another guy while hanging out with you to kill time, or she’s playing the field with other guys and trying to weigh her options.
If you’re introduced as just a friend or a colleague, then know that you’re probably not the only guy she’s dating, which is why she is hesitant to declare you as her BF.