You refuse to give up and let them go. Okay. Now, what’s next?
For starters, you must change the way you think when you’re in love with a commitment phobe because, unlike someone who’s looking for longevity in a relationship, the person you love is afraid of commitment. Therefore, they’ll use control and deception as manipulative tools to maintain distance in the relationship. Everything you do indicates you’re fully committed. That’s normally a wonderful thing, but for commitment phobes, that’s a problem.
In a strange way, you understand them and love their unpredictable ways. One moment, they’re cold; the next, it’s as if someone turned on the heater of love, and you’ve forgotten that you’re dealing with a commitment phobe.
If you really want to make your relationship work, you’ll have to meet them halfway. If you press them too hard for a change in behavior, they’ll keep their distance. Learn to back off and stop worrying. The less you stress, the more they’ll stress over you. That’s the first step to handling your commitment phobic lover. There are many other steps that ‘ll need to be taken, but the first step sets the tone and lets your partner know who’s in charge!
Sabotage will teach you how to handle a commitment phobe so you can win at love.
Antoinette M. Watkins writes under the pen name Johanna Sparrow. She’s been writing for over 20 years and has published a variety of works that include children’s books, novellas, and self-help books on the topics of relationships, personal growth, and conflict resolution.
Sparrow used knowledge and experience to create a system called, Heart Bruised Conscious Connection Renewal codes (HBCCR)©. She’s used this system to improve relationships since 1995. It’s also known as Breakthrough: Understanding Life Lessons, which is something we all have the power to do. With thirty-one written and published books under her belt, Sparrow plans to write many more on an array of issues.
In 2015, Johanna Sparrow rolled out her powerful and inspiring HBCCR© system. It was created to help everyone find common ground within daily connections. Over many years, Sparrow has researched and studied the spiritual connection that every human has with each other. Her research’s conclusion was that understanding your connection to nature and each human being is an essential step to understanding that love is the substance that permeates everything in the universe. Love can guide us to become the greatest version of ourselves.
When she’s not writing, Johanna Sparrow is a life coach that enjoys helping people via phone and face-to-face coaching sessions. It doesn’t matter what you’re struggling with, Sparrow knows how to tap into your emotions and help you understand that a promising future lies ahead. You’ll walk away from her coaching sessions with knowledge, wisdom, and understanding about your situation.
Sparrow has a weekly online radio show called, Common Sense Talk with Johanna Sparrow. On that show, she shares her perspective on relationships and conflict-resolution topics. It airs every Thursday at 12 p.m. EST/11 a.m. CST on AMFM247.com.
“Sometimes your tragedy is your best feature.” – Johanna Sparrow
In 2014, Johanna Sparrow released her first self-help book, which dealt with relational aggression in the forms of bullying, gossip, and lies. It’s entitled, Don’t Tell the Milkman if You Don’t Want Him to Tell the World. During the same year, Sparrow released two more self-help books that detailed conflicts that affect people’s sex lives and commitment phobias. The titles of those books are, The Elephant in the Bed and Sabotage. Johanna Sparrow’s self-help books focus on relationships from a male–female perspective. Since 2014, she’s released a memoir, three novellas, and twenty-four self-help books.
Antoinette M. Watkins was born November 22, 1969. She was raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and now resides in San Antonio, Texas. She majored in psychology and speech at the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) in 1996. After three years, she walked away because of her love of writing and illustrating. Watkins worked as a freelance writer and illustrator until she released her first children’s book through Xlibris in 2004. That book was entitled, Silly Shoe vol. 2, and was written under the pen name, A.M.A. Watkins. She released a second book the same year entitled, Olive Turnip Vol. 4.
Watkins began writing and illustrating for other writers and didn’t release her next children’s book until 2014 entitled, Tank the Shy Turtle. That was written under the pen name, Cookie Adams. The same year, she released Big Mouth Betty and Wormy Wiggly Mr. Ziggly under the pen name Cookie Crumbles. Currently, as an independent author, Antoinette Watkins enjoys telling stories her way.
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