Emotions are scary to a commitment-phobe because they are an indicator that all signs are pointing towards a serious relationship.
Feeding off my first point, for the majority of the time, you’ll be dating a guy with commitment issues; you won’t be in a relationship with him.
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However, if a guy is willing to be committed, he will find a work-life balance.
Meeting a guy's friends and family, specifically family, is a big step in the dating cycle.
Due to the fact that he's not in a relationship, he feels it's alright to talk to other women because he technically isn’t “cheating.” He may not be physically involved with these women; he may just talk to them so he doesn’t feel he's being held down by one girl.
Many times, a guy with commitment issues will keep a bench (women to fall back on) due to the fact that he doesn’t plan on dating one girl for too long.
Many times, a guy with commitment issues will spend time with you during the week after he's done with school or work, but will spend the weekends with friends, partying or going out of town. For guys that work or go to school during the week and have weekends off, it can be too much to commit a weekend to one girl.