Our expert says:
I really doubt that he's "committment phobic" - this isn't phobia. he just hasn't found anything he wants that he cant get without committing to someone else.
Think about this.
Nothing you describe sounds like a guy who actually wants to commit to you. It doesn't sound as though he feels his relationship with you so seriously that what he did seemed to him like betrayal or anything serious. He apologised because he knew you would want him to do so.
Moving in with him would not be a step towards committment, it would give him more convenience without significant committment - it's burn bridges more for you than for him.
You've been highly accomodating for a long time, and he has had more than enough time to make up his mind. Move on. You deserve better than this
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