Why do guys hate to commit when they initiated the relationship to begin with?
Because society tells man that commitment to a woman is some kind of bondage. The feeling of being imprisoned causes fear, that fear causes seperation, doubt and undue anxiety.
At the beginning it is all about the chase. The chase is fun, exciting, erotic. Once they catch you, you are no longer a challenge. After this revelation, I have been running and haven't stopped since.
i didn't know they did really. we can be careful perhaps but that's just common sense. if we commit too easily women would be bored of men a long time ago. contrary to what some women try to say, women in general like a challenge .
by Rajan Singh Jolly5 years ago
Why are some people afraid of commitment in a relationship?
by beauitfulgirls6 years ago
Why do guys just stop and stare? Am I that intimidating? I hear you whisper about how pretty I am.Why don't you come up to me? I am currently writing a blog about this please help with your inputs.
by StricktlyDating4 years ago
Guys, what did you do to get your ex-girlfriend back?When she broke it off with you, how did you get the relationship back on track? How did you win her over again?
by LadyTwizzelton6 years ago
There are so many beautiful girls who are single especially in the big city of Los Angeles. My friends are models, actors and rich and yet they are single. My friends and I all noticed we are called the sweet girls and...
by lxd352 years ago
Why do guys always send girls mixed messages?I always heard if a guy likes you and wants to talk to you, he will, but what happens if he initiates conversation then stops talking after I answer? I'm confused, help!
by Cristina3 months ago
When guys say the want to be left alone do they really mean it?I think a lot of girls are like me, when I say I don't want to talk to anybody, I usually do want to talk to someone. Is it different for men?
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