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Commitment phobes are not easy human beings to love because they fight you for simply loving them, crazy isn’t it. Needing a commitment phobe to validate you in a relationship only gives them the power they need to hurt you. In order to handle a commit-a-phobe you must know where you stand and how they think, that’s it. Commit-a-phobes love sending smoke where there is no Commitment phobes are not easy human beings to love because they fight you for simply loving them, crazy isn’t it. Needing a commitment phobe to validate you in a relationship only gives them the power they need to hurt you. In order to handle a commit-a-phobe you must know where you stand and how they think, that’s it. Commit-a-phobes love sending smoke where there is no fire and setting up trick mirrors when you aren’t paying attention. To catch them at that stage, you can’t believe everything they say. Did you know that the less you stress over your relationship with a commitment phobe the more a commit-a-phobe stresses over you? It’s true and my intentions are to show you how to handle a commit-a-phobe so you can win at love.


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Commitment phobes are not easy human beings to love because they fight you for simply loving them, crazy isn’t it. Needing a commitment phobe to validate you in a relationship only gives them the power they need to hurt you. In order to handle a commit-a-phobe you must know where you stand and how they think, that’s it. Commit-a-phobes love sending smoke where there is no Commitment phobes are not easy human beings to love because they fight you for simply loving them, crazy isn’t it. Needing a commitment phobe to validate you in a relationship only gives them the power they need to hurt you. In order to handle a commit-a-phobe you must know where you stand and how they think, that’s it. Commit-a-phobes love sending smoke where there is no fire and setting up trick mirrors when you aren’t paying attention. To catch them at that stage, you can’t believe everything they say. Did you know that the less you stress over your relationship with a commitment phobe the more a commit-a-phobe stresses over you? It’s true and my intentions are to show you how to handle a commit-a-phobe so you can win at love.

7 review for Sabotage 2: Its All Smoke and Mirrors; How to Handle a Commit-A-Phobe

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ritah

    Have you ever wondered why your romantic relationships don’t seem to succeed and why you keep attracting the same commitment phobic individuals?! Stop right there — because, this is just the book for you! The book offers an in-depth look at what exactly is commitment phobia, how to recognize it, what are the causes, how to deal with it (if you ever encounter it) — whether it be with someone else or even yourself! Paving the way for those in need of some of the bits of wisdom shared, to better un Have you ever wondered why your romantic relationships don’t seem to succeed and why you keep attracting the same commitment phobic individuals?! Stop right there — because, this is just the book for you! The book offers an in-depth look at what exactly is commitment phobia, how to recognize it, what are the causes, how to deal with it (if you ever encounter it) — whether it be with someone else or even yourself! Paving the way for those in need of some of the bits of wisdom shared, to better understand the dynamics of a truly healthy relationship, so they too can experience healthy and fulfilling relationships. From the first page up to the last, the author reels you in by how she approaches the subject matter at hand. Leading me to believe that this is a book that most people would appreciate reading, as well as learn from. After all, even if you haven’t met a commitment-phobic individual, chances are — one day you might! I personally think it’s better to be armed with this information beforehand, so one can avoid the unnecessary heartache and better utilize precious time and energy on somebody that actually shares the same goals and desires for commitment. I liked that the book highlighted various ways that people can be commitment phobic; it doesn’t always mean not committing to marriage; which I can say I’ve noticed in some people who are actually married. I appreciated that the author shared personal stories, as well as of others that I found to be enlightening to read and acted as lesson points. I definitely recommend this book as it can help those who have been hurt before to gain some closure and it will also be useful to anyone who wants to gain more knowledge on commitment phobia.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Marina Gleibman

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  7. 4 out of 5

    Gsantos

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