Dating commitment phobe
Entering into any romantic relationship thinking you can change the other person is a bad idea.
How can you tell if your partner has commitment-phobia?
If this reminds you of your romantic relationship—a constant game of “catch-me-if-you-can”—then you may be involved with someone who suffers from commitment phobia. Whether you’re hiding in the holes or holding the hammer wishing your partner would just stand still for a second, this article is for you.
Here are four things you need to know: Commitment phobia is often misdiagnosed.
Here are a couple of ways to know that you might be dating a guy with commitment issues: Guys with commitment issues date a lot but rarely get into relationships.
I've only been in two committed relationships, but have dated a number of women.
It really isn’t you, it’s them…Which isn’t to say that commitment-phobes don’t deserve some sympathy.
Periodically, automated moles pop their heads out of one of half a dozen holes in the surface.
The object of the game is to bop them on the head with an oversized mallet before they disappear again.
The faster you swing, the more they pop up and down.
Dating a commitment-phobe is thankfully pretty uncommon, but it’s also something you never expect to happen to you (until it does).
Don’t take it personally; people with commitment issues tend to have a tough time connecting with other aspects of their life, such as friends, family, work and even their living environment.