For better or worse, men will not make commitments that aren't required of them. If he really wants you, he will try to get you back; but if he doesn't, remember: during your most eligible years, you are better off being back on the market than tied up in a dead-end relationship.
If he isn't taking things to the next level when you think it is appropriate, break up with him.
Her attraction for you is not logically determined by a screening process – your job, looks, hobbies and interests.
So don’t treat your interactions with women like an interview. Rather than ask boring questions like “Where are you from? “You sound like you’re an Essex girl with that terrible accent of yours”. They want to be rescued from the boredom of everyday life. Pretend you’re hiding from FBI agents, and need a girl’s help to escort you to the bar unscathed.
If you want to attract high value women start dressing like a high value man.
You don’t have to wear designer labels and flash a rolex to dress well. Like James Bond or Damon Salvatore in the Vampire Diaries, rather than Harold Wolowitz from The Big Bang Theory.
And while I've written a fair amount about maximizing your attractiveness, it all counts for nothing if you aren't single when the right guy comes along, or if you aren't putting yourself out there because you are involved with someone who is only half-committed to you.
You can do this nicely, and you should explain your reasoning clearly, but you should still break up with him.
If you want to know exactly how to attract women, look no further. I mean do guys know what goes on inside a girl’s head? So what better way to learn how to attract women than to ask the women themselves?
So in addition to looking your best, you need to make sure you aren't spending time in dead-end relationships.
Time and time again I see or hear about girls who allow a guy to date them for three or four years in their twenties without proposing. I understand that these girls are holding out in the hope of eventually getting a proposal, but they don't give enough consideration to the possibility that they'll be strung along for another two or three years, only to have him decide that he wants someone else - or worse yet, someone younger.