Keep dating commitment phobes
Commitment phobia is a very painful experience both for the one who engages in the pattern and for those who are involved with that person.
Usually the art of pushing and pulling and seduction are the domain of the commitment “phobe.” The answer dwells deeply in the family of origin survival patterns. People who are commitment phobic feel they need to cut off their feelings after a certain point of knowing someone as a means of feeling in control and feeling emotionally protected.
Some of us have a tendency to focus on the areas where we fall short. If your goal is to see this relationship grow, then nurture it. If he knows you appreciate who he is, it will only attract him more.
After two months of dating, you shouldn’t be pushing him to get married. As I said before, I believe that one year is a reasonable amount of time to get to know someone.
Not because it's some incurable disease, but because these men are on a timer, which will go off when they're ready to settle down. Instead of trying to seduce him into a relationship with you, it's probably best you don't invest all your emotions.They assume every girl they date will inevitably fall in love and want to marry them.Ironically and rather annoyingly, many women are attracted to men with commitment issues (because let's be honest, we always want what we can't have).It was an obvious red flag that I blatantly disregarded. Mostly because I was insanely attracted to him and craved physical contact.Like many women, once we started making love, I bonded quickly.