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Commitment phobia is a great stumbling block as far as relationships are concerned. Being in a relationship with a commitment-phobic person is similar to driving a car in neutral. The relationship hardly moves forward. This is what commitment phobia looks like in handwriting. Have a look
Marriage is not an end nor a goal to be achieved, it's the beginning of a tremendous responsibility. Don't take it on until you're ready...
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This article tells you the top 3 techniques to making your relationship last.
At this point K. stopped. I remember a childlike look of hope in her eyes as she sat there waiting for my response. It seemed she was trying to convince both herself and me that that's all it really was, ‘just a haircut'. I knew as a Psychologist, Life Coach and Marriage Counselor that it was not just a ‘hair-cut'. There is unfortunately no easy way of telling someone that.
Years of condemnation appear to be backfiring as many cohabitating couples reject the guilt-laden attempts to discourage their living arrangement. Instead, most cohabiters fear a failed marriage even more than the criticism, so opt to live together despite the odds.
According to a recent USA TODAY/Gallup Poll of 1,007 adults, most people today reject the notion that couples who live together before marriage are more likely to get divorced. Almost half (49%) said living together makes divorce less likely; 13% said it makes no difference. Just 31% said living together first makes divorce more likely; 7% had no opinion.