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Commitment-phobics : excuse or reality? watch

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    (Original post by fredscarecrow)
    Totally. I can do it for a while but it just seems to get to a point when it feels like I'm losing myself to the relationship and I need to get the control back. Every relationship is about compromise, about working together and I just can't do that.
    I'm really furious at the moment, so for my attitude right now is just "stop over analysing it and ****ing me over" (ex had similar stuff to what you've described). But there we go. For me all this seems to be tied up in over thinking things. Maybe that's an unfair assessment?
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I'm really furious at the moment, so for my attitude right now is just "stop over analysing it and ****ing me over" (ex had similar stuff to what you've described). But there we go. For me all this seems to be tied up in over thinking things. Maybe that's an unfair assessment?
    I'm sorry your ex has hurt you [if she's anything like me, she'll be cutting herself up about it totally] but it's not over-analysis. It's not something I even consciously think about. It just gets to a point where I can't do it anymore, and it's only after the r'ship has ended that I can work out why I messed up again.

    Anyway, just wanted to give my reasoning for why I think I'm something of a commitment phobe.
 
 
 
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