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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.
Here are some hints: Dating doesn’t have to turn your nerves upside down.
You must be cautious about how and where you meet potential dates, especially if you’re looking online.
Similarly, Cox reveals that a string of short-term relationships, always wanting to be in control and not wanting to make plans should send warning signals.
The relationship expert also highlights that commitment phobes can be “ultra-charming” to begin with but once they’ve got you, often fade away.
They also tend to put their own needs first, refrain from sharing intimate details and are likely to panic at the mere mention of the ‘c’ word.
If you’re still not convinced whether or not your partner is holding back, it can help to take a look at other areas of their life too.