Dating commitment phobia
It’s also a red flag if your romantic encounter has had long relationships but these relationships didn’t involve any serious commitment on his or her part.
Making plans for the future that are not strictly required is a major cause of fear for someone who suffers from commitment phobia.
If a man doesn’t want to be committed to you, why try to force him? Love is not always as strong a force as gravity to make sure that they have no choice but to plant their feet firmly on the ground next to you.
Oh, and note the difference between him wanting to be with you, and him wanting to commit to you. Let’s look at the potential for a couple moving from a steady relationship to marriage.
Plus, he’s chasing you so he must be trying to win you over… That is, until you suggest things like meeting your parents or you talk about your future together or even what you want from the relationship.
That’s when he pulls away, emotionally withdraws and starts flaking. ” He comes up with excuses for why he either doesn’t want to talk about it, or he just gives you excuses for why he doesn’t want *that* kind of relationship with you.
Finding one or two on this list may just be personality traits or a mood they were experiencing and does not necessarily make them commitment phobic. If you’re constantly feeling unhappy and lonely in your relationships and it seems like the same issues keep coming up around loss and abandonment, decide to do something about this.
Guys, on the other hand, know the type of woman they want to marry, and so they keep having fun, or move through several ‘serious’ relationships until they find ‘that’ person. some men don’t believe in marriage – especially if they came from a broken home.
Psychologists see a clear relationship between commitment phobia, and a traumatic childhood.
You feel like he listens to you and just “gets” you.
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