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That distinction seemed to help her make more sense of things.
When he asked other relationship experts for feedback on the “commitment versus promise” distinction, most felt that it was just semantics and there is not much of a difference.
The general consensus was that when you make a promise you are making a commitment. If a potential partner doesn’t keep promises, I would question their ability to keep commitments, as they are definitely related.
However, there an important distinction: A promise is a verbally stated future intention to perform a specific act. Whether or not you agree with David’s semantics, the distinction he made between a commitment and a promise was helpful for the above conversation.