Tyrese and Rev Run welcome relationship expert Emily Wilcox, author of The Commitment Phobe. It's almost like, you know, when you have that addiction in the beginning of that relationship, it's actually not a great sign." Find out why Emily says you shouldn't lose yourself in love.Emily says there's one surprising red flag that can help you determine whether you're dating a "Commitment Phobe." "In the beginning, he actually really pursues you," she says. Plus, the author reveals which issues are at the heart of the dysfunction that leads a person into a relationship with a Commitment Phobe.It was a huge shock to realize that I actually missed being single. For years, I have watched many women struggle with commitment anxiety.I have seen perfectly sane females insist that their one goal in life is to have a stable relationship, and then do everything in their power to avoid it.Or those women who go on ad infinitum about their careers, the joys of living solo, and no-strings sex, only to collapse in a weeping heap when a guy doesn't call when he says he will.
You’re losing out on good women who would value your need for freedom.So is commitment phobia a real condition or is it made up?Lots of women out there are under the impression that if a man is refusing to commit, it means he has severe underlying issues that block his heart from letting love in.Getting into a good committed relationship early is just as much an emotional safeguard for men as it is for women. Commitment-phobes don’t seem to understand that anything worth a damn is worth working for.Relationships involve hard work on both people’s ends if they are going to endure the test of time.Relationships aren’t about taking away freedom, they’re about enhancing your life by including people who make it easier to live life day-to-day. Another common train of thought by men who don’t want relationships is that they don’t want to be with the same woman for decades because of the fact that she’ll age and not look as good in 10 years.