Keep dating commitment phobes
Commitment phobia is something I see in my office often and happens to both women and men. This is often not conscious and going on at the deepest level of the sub consciousness.You can spot a commitment-phobe a mile away only if you know what you are looking for.
Finally, when we started getting too close and the relationship got too intense, he ran away from me. At my worst, I’m searching for a way out—picking apart my relationship for its flaws and the reasons it won’t work in order to prevent inevitability. I’ve tried to loosen the grip this fear has on me, but I know I need someone who understands that a relationship with me will be work. Search your heart, talk to family, and seek the wisdom of friends whose opinions you respect and trust. You see, we had been fighting—as couples do—and I didn’t want to tell her the truth. So long ago, I made the choice to keep my feet firmly planted on dry land. But my family dynamic makes it difficult for me to commit. It’s not because I’m trying to be difficult, I’m just afraid. You chose to begin a relationship with this person for a reason. What is it about the man you’re in love with or beginning to fall for? A year is ample time for someone to “know.” If he claims to have no idea, you at least should.The truth is, no matter how witty, sexy or incredibly good in bed you are, it's unlikely you'll ever cure him of his commitment-phobic ways.Not because it's some incurable disease, but because these men are on a timer, which will go off when they're ready to settle down. Instead of trying to seduce him into a relationship with you, it's probably best you don't invest all your emotions.