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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). Many CP's have a history of flings and short relationship's yet always make out it is the ex's fault they split. CPs dislike being busted and become self- righteous, defiant and reactive when their selfish behaviour is flagged up. Many fantasise about what they want the relationship to be and live in 'constant hope' rather than getting real about what's in front of them. They will NEVER meet your needs and many try to fix or heal a CP. Never allow a CP to point the finger of blame at you and cause you havoc, confusion, pain and heartache.
Following through on what you say you’ll do will filter through to your interactions.
The truth is, no matter how witty, sexy or incredibly good in bed you are, it's unlikely you'll ever cure him of his commitment-phobic ways.
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.
On the one hand, he cares for her and wants her around. The rationale he makes in his head is that once he “gets himself together” (that is, he starts actually the things in his life that he intends to do), he’ll break things off with his not-girlfriend all good and tidy and go for the girl he actually wants to be with. most people go their whole lives The girl supports him emotionally and faithfully acts as his crutch so that he can find his strength and become the man he’s always wanted to be.
After all, he feels better when she’s there versus when she’s not. She aims to bring him comfort and relief from his painful and tragic life.