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Fall in love with one and you might just find yourself ditched without a word of warning.Luckily, Femail’s sex and relationship expert Tracey Cox has compiled a list to help you spot someone with a fear of commitment and what you can do to prevent getting hurt.Commitment phobia is something I see in my office often and happens to both women and men. This is often not conscious and going on at the deepest level of the sub consciousness.You can spot a commitment-phobe a mile away only if you know what you are looking for.There are two types of people: Those who love to date, and those who prefer to keep their options open.The former loves the feeling of togetherness and can't wait to walk down the aisle, buy an expensive cake and treat 200 people to dinner in order to cement their love.
They are deeply involved in the thrill of the hunt as a key part of the experience.Think of it like playing “pass the parcel” with 100 other girls. Just assume if he gets over his fear of dating, he'll let you know.Of course, in order to do so, it's best to know what you're looking out for: Sometimes he likes you, other times he seems unaware you exist.However, if you're a woman not looking for something too serious, dating a guy with commitment issues can be exciting, as they tend to be fun and spontaneous.Of course, women can have commitment issues, as well; I'm just speaking from my own personal experiences and a man's point of view.