Signs you39re dating a commitment phobe

The rock star lifestyle has been solely designed and crafted for the twenty-something-year-olds and if your guy or girl is still clinging to that dream you know that their hopes and dreams for the future don’t involve kids or a house in the suburbs.

In fact, their plans for the future probably revolve around groupies, beer chugging and buying that tour bus with the blacked out windows and revolving, circular bed.

If commitment-phobes clearly communicate to the people they date that they don’t want a commitment, and then those people are hurt when it turns out that their commitment phobic partners were telling the truth, well, that sucks, but it’s a lesson that you should listen to your partner.

Commitment-phobia is only really a problem in two cases: First, when commitment-phobes pretend to be open to commitment, misleading their partners into thinking there is a possibility for a long-term relationship when their isn’t; and, second, when a commitment-phobic person wants to be a committed relationship, but is crippled by his or her own fear.

If so, you, friend, may belong in the gloried ranks of the commitment phobic.Commitment-phobic men may display some or many of the following behaviors:1.They have a history of short relationships or have never been married.If they do, you may have to kiss goodbye to that August wedding you had your heart set on because it looks like you’re dating a commitment-phobe.If your date often laughs at your friends who have a settled, commitment-filled life it suggests that they loathe the idea of responsibility and ties.If you haven’t been able to get your guy or girl to attend something with more than 24-hours notice, it may be time to reassess your relationship and find someone a little more forward-thinking.

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