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Thank you for both of your comments. I think you're right about living "in the moment". I guess it's best to decide whether you want more than that before you make that first date with a long distance person.
Because this question is listed under the Gender Relations category (Advice and Tips for Women in Relationships): I think it is safe to assume (it) and (he) is referring to being in a long distance relationship.
A guy could live right around the corner with his wife and kids. He could live in another country. He could live in a dump, or in the street. If he doesn't want you to come over there is a reason I'm sure.
It would make a difference if a guy lives with his mother wouldn't it? A friend and I are trying to figure out if a guy she's seeing is living with his mother. It's funny you should mention that. Thank you very much.
You know, I suppose a guy living with his mother may just be a compassionate man who loves family - but I would worry more about the mother's feelings and territoriality (is that a word??) :-)