nazi dating - Dating commitment phobia

Many of my clients lament their stories of getting to the second stage of dating, only to have the romantic rug pulled out from under them.

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’.

If you happen to mention them, your partner may zone out or change the subject.

This probably has nothing to do with you; it is your partner who is fearful.

In many cases, it is also the fear of not being able to fulfill expectations which leads to commitment phobia. They are not interested in your friends or family Because you love this person, you want to introduce them to the people that you care about.

Likewise, you want them to be interested in the people who are important to you so that a mutual bond can form.

Sadly, when dating a commitment phobe, you are going to be deprived of that satisfaction.

So you need a careful plan with a delicate balance of self-preservation and assertiveness.

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