Check out: Why guys have fears of getting committed to a relationship.

Men with a fear of commitment embody a rather common stereotype that seems to plague far too many relationships. Not only does this phobia deprive a male’s mate of her desire for a stronger connection, it can divide
a couple over time. Although a fear of commitment may appear to be the cause of a relationship stagnating, there are likely various
other issues at play as well.
–Change, whether good or bad, is a difficult prospect for some individuals, man or woman. As a consequence, commitment represents a huge boundary for individuals with a fear of change. Not only must the relationship
between the two lovers progress, the dating lifestyles of both mates will be lost. Unfortunately, such a strong fear of change can ultimately push a man and woman apart despite a deep, powerful love shared by the two individuals.
Meanwhile, other males view commitment as a new level of intimacy that leaves them vulnerable to their mates as well as those outside of the relationship like friends and other family members. As relationships
progress, it is natural for a couple to become far more intimate in every aspect of their lives. Unfortunately, for those who harbor feelings of inadequacy, greater commitment in a relationship can be a very challenging emotional struggle.
On the other hand, there are others who simply want a relationship to remain stagnate
for selfish reasons. A lack of concrete commitment means fewer responsibilities and
more freedom to devote to other endeavours. Additionally, there are those who cannot form healthy relationships, yet crave for them, thus they avoid commitment as they satisfy their desires. In these cases, a breakup is likelyto come up, unless the mate becomes far less selfish. When it comes to a selfish person, building a
healthy relationship can be nearly impossible. Meanwhile, for men who allow their inadequacies to rule their lives, a partner can
help alleviate a fear of commitment by showing honest support and subtle, sensitive
efforts to address their inadequacies. Lastly, change is, generally, easier to make when the positives and negatives are clearly understood in a relationship, yet it takes small steps to over come any fear.
In all, a fear of commitment is not usually a result of a man not wanting to be more intimate with his mate, but rather, other
issues. For many couples, those issues can be resolved by addressing the true reasons for
resisting the next level of commitment. On the other hand, even after years of patience and
hard work, some relationships never progress. Sadly, forcing such a partnership on can
ultimately lead to an unhealthy lifestyle, thus a breakup may be necessary. Create time to understand each other,set out some rules and guidelines. Know what you want and let it flow.

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