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Due to negative experiences and beliefs (or sometimes a personality disorder), both sexes can suffer from commitment phobia.

But more and more men seem to be suffering from this problem.

We humans have the same needs and behave in the same way when it comes to commitment.

There's often an excuse that they haven’t met the right woman, or they justify their history by saying they still have plenty of time to settle down as they can have children at any age. If they have been married it's likely to have been for a short time.

Or, if they have been in a long term relationship or marriage, they will usually have a history of infidelity.3.

It is human nature to want to be with the person we love.

The commitment phobe is afraid of being committed to the wrong person for the rest of his life.

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