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Another possibility for you is that you break it off with this guy, take some time for yourself, and then meet another man who you can't wait to move in with and marry. It's hard enough being in a serious relationship or a marriage even without fear and apprehension.You will then realize you weren't commitment-phobic at all! So many divorced men and women I know will tell you they had doubts before they were married, but that they went through with it anyhow. And the biggie: What is the fear that holds you back?If you wanted to tell your friends what happened last night, you did. There was no digital footprint to contradict the story you wanted to tell. We were all storytellers telling our love stories the way we wanted them to be heard, not recording 10-second videos to post to our Snapchats. We were unreachable, out there living our lives, being mysterious -- and, I'll argue, this rendered us more desirable, because we couldn't possibly know what was happening in each other's lives if we weren't together. You couldn't type his or her name into Google or search for him or her on Facebook. There was no way to stalk him (no Twitter feeds to troll, no Instagram photos to be hurt by). Before September 11, someone could walk you right up to your gate, right up to the door before the jet bridge.
After a month of missing each other, I drove Interstate 5 to see him.
That said, here is what I can tell you just based on the information I have.
There are many "commitment-phobic" men and women out there, and all have different reasons for it.
Only time will tell whether you are commitment-phobic or if you're just not in love.
What I mean by that is a few things could end up happening in your future.