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16-Apr-2019 20:50

The formula for changing a commitment phobe is very simple.

You need to keep increasing the positive force for sometime until it exceeds the force of fear.

When I was single I went through a two year spate of dating commitment-phobes. This was a frustrating and really draining time in my life (especially because most of the men I chose also lived interstate).

I invested in several fruitless relationships with men who were avoidant, emotionally unavailable, inconsistent and generally noncommittal.

You know the story – you meet, connect, have a few great conversations, maybe a kiss or two and before you know it you’re ‘seeing each other’.

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.

Similarly, Cox reveals that a string of short-term relationships, always wanting to be in control and not wanting to make plans should send warning signals.

The relationship expert also highlights that commitment phobes can be “ultra-charming” to begin with but once they’ve got you, often fade away.

You know the story – you meet, connect, have a few great conversations, maybe a kiss or two and before you know it you’re ‘seeing each other’.

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.

Similarly, Cox reveals that a string of short-term relationships, always wanting to be in control and not wanting to make plans should send warning signals.

The relationship expert also highlights that commitment phobes can be “ultra-charming” to begin with but once they’ve got you, often fade away.

As the light, casual conversations start to move into deeper, heavier topics, all of a sudden you’re discussing joint holidays and meeting each other’s parents. People who have commitment issues generally have a serious problem in staying in a relationship for the long-term.