Dating commitment phobic men
It worked out even better than I thought it would, probably because we all want what everyone else wants.” — Philippa, 33 “Listen, I fully realize that a woman’s role isn’t being a man’s maid. It’s a fact that I tidied my way to my man’s heart, and I’m proud of it.” — Flynn, 30 “I got lucky because the guy I wanted to couple up with got massively ill three weeks after the first night we hooked up.
We were in college at the time, and being sick in a dorm room is the worst.
From the beginning, I told him just how hesitant was to be exclusive. He had a history of humping and dumping, but within three months he was giving me a speech about how great it would be to do the relationship thing.
But, that doesn’t mean that the lessons I learned from loving a commitment phobic man are any less valuable just because our love didn’t last.
May these lessons educate you on what to expect the next time your crush tells you he doesn’t “Do” relationships.
I took the opportunity to nurse him back to health, staying by his bedside instead of going out, bringing him tea and soup and all that.
Would you stay with someone you knew you would never commit to you? But still, it can be hard to leave someone you really like, especially if you hold onto that hope that eventually they commit.