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People who suffer from committment phobia come in all varieties. ) can be both male and female, Christian and non-Christian, teens, single parents or seniors.These feelings drive increased anxiety, which builds upon itself and snowballs as the relationship progresses — and the expectation of a commitment looms larger.People with a commitment phobia long and want a long-term connection with another person, but their overwhelming anxiety prevents them from staying in any relationship for too long.At the beginning of a relationship with a commitment-phobic man, the connection is really intense and future-focused. You are thinking how great things are going, how intimate your connection is, and how wonderful the future will be. He makes promises, tells you he’s been waiting his whole life to meet you, showers you with affection, and makes you feel like you are the perfect couple. But you should be careful before accusing your partner, or yourself, of being “afraid” to commit. Rushing to nail down your future together may paradoxically poison it—if the time is not yet right.