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You’re in a relationship, yet at times, you wonder why your partner
won’t fully commit to a future with you. Is it an excuse for lack of
interest, or is it what some people call fear of commitment?
We’ve all heard about the terms “commitment issues” or
“commitment phobia.” In fact, it’s natural for many people to feel
anxious when making big life choices or dating someone new.
But for some, the idea of committing — whether it be to a new job
or a new relationship — brings on intense feelings of anxiety and
an urge for avoidance.
What is it about “long term” that makes some people so
apprehensive? And, is there a way to get over this commitment
It’s natural to fear the unknown. The uncertainty of what awaits
after making a big decision can make us feel unsure about what
steps to take next. But for some people, this uncertainty turns to
fear and may make them not want to make decisions at all.
Choosing a college, signing a lease, quitting a job, and other big
decisions can naturally lead to some anxiety.
If you live with fear of commitment, though, these decisions are
more difficult to make. As a result, they’re often postponed and, in
some instances, left to other people to make.
Not all lack of commitment is driven by fear, though. Some people
genuinely prefer job-hopping, traveling from place to place, or
casually dating. It may be how they’ve decided to live their life.
Fear of commitment or long-term relationship anxiety could be
linked to early experiences or even trauma. Someone may fear
commitment because they’re afraid of being abandoned, hurt, or
betrayed, for example.
Eventually, however, someone who’s afraid of co