Fear Of Commitment Personality Assessment Test To Know If You Are Suffering From Gamophobia

Fear of commitment personality test addresses the main symptom of  someone avoiding marriage out of fear or  Gamophobia.
Due to past life events or psychological deficiency many people suffer from this illness knowing that it may leave a long lasting impact on their life. Take Fear of commitment personality test to know if you are showing any signs of it.

 

Do you fear change or leaving your comfort or safety zone?
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Are you afraid of losing intimacy and freedom if you have a romantic partner?
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ALWAYS OR OFTEN

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Do you prefer not to have projects in common with your partners?
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ALWAYS OR OFTEN

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Are you afraid of being hurt or disappointed by your partner or potential partners?
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Do you prefer not to ask your partners for favors?
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Do you tend to look for defects or arguments against your partner or potential partners?
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Are you afraid of not meeting the other person's expectations or that they will not meet yours?
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Are you afraid of abandonment?
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ALWAYS OR OFTEN

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Do you have difficulty in expressing your own emotions?
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Do you believe that having a romantic relationship implies losing more than earning things?
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Do you dislike or are you afraid of the idea of being with only one partner for the rest of your life?
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Have you experienced a romantic disappointment or abandonment in the past?
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Are you skeptical about love or romantic relationships?
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In spite of being interested in your partner, have you decided to distance yourself when you feel the relationship is about to pass onto a more serious stage?
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Do you feel the need to have everything under control in your life?
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Do you prefer that your partners do not have contact with your friends or relatives?
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Are you an insecure person or feel insecure in the company of others?
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Do you tend to look for excuses that do not allow you to progress your romantic relationships?
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Do you believe that life as a couple may prevent you from achieving your goals or objectives?
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Do you usually provoke fights or arguments with your partner or potential partners?
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RARELY
SOMETIMES
ALWAYS OR OFTEN

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What is Gamophobia Fear Of Commitment

Fear of commitment personality assessment test to know if you are suffering from gamophobia. Fear is an emotion that appears in the face of a threatening or dangerous situation. Fear to commitment appears mainly when the affected person faces a situation that demands change and adaptation to a different way of life.

This fear may be derived from other fears that probably also influence different aspects of life, not only the sentimental one. Fear to commitment may be related to the fear of losing independence or freedom, failing, not being able to fulfill the other person’s expectations, being rejected, suffering a romantic disappointment, etc. When aversion to marriage involves fear it’s called Gamophobia.

 

Reasons and causes of Gamophobia Fear of commitment

Philophobia test fear of falling in love

 

  • Your partner is not ready for the marriage though you are
  • Mentally not prepared to marry someone you love
  • Unable to find true soulmate
  • Trauma from the past break-ups
  • Childhood impression about marriage
  • Apathy towards life and hence starting a family
  • Unbalanced financial condition
  • Feeling depressed at the thought of marriage
  • Marriage thoughts brings anxiety and mood swing thus affecting ability to concentrate on work and life
  • Feeling loss of control and going crazy
  • Mental illness associated with Gemophobia

 

Signs and symptoms of Gamophobia

Panic attack and panic disorder
Panic attack in public place. Woman having panic disorder in city. Psychology, solitude, fear or mental health problems concept. Depressed sad person surrounded by people walking in busy street.

Signs vary from user to user, however people with technically proven signs of fear of commitment have shown below listed symptoms.

  • Anxiety
  • Panic attack with any thought of marriage/commitment
  • Unable to concentrate on other areas of life
  • Aggression and unnecessary aggressive behaviour
  • Loss of control
  • Nausea
  • Chest Pain
  • Shortness of breath and unusual sweating
  • Repetitive behavior/pattern
  • Fast breathing or rapid heart rate
  • Dizziness and fainting

 

What are users sharing about own Gamophobia experience

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A woman ended up with her boyfriend after 4 years. Reason, the idea of marriage : I avoid talking about it and I have nausea and my heartbeat increases every time he wanted to talk about it. He’s the perfect guy, and it seems that I can’t control this fear!

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In another case, the person was ready to have family and kids : but I can’t marry a girl I don’t love even if they are great girls and when I try to do that I get panic and anxiety. Further more, every girl I love or like she says no to me.

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A woman hates man and hence can’t think of marriage : I am a woman but I hate men though I don’t have any bad experiences in my life. Also I have commitment issues, like as much as I like the idea of new friends I cut them out shortly after a time. Thinking never scared me. It was more the action.

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A man unable to commit himself for a marriage out of fear towards woman : I have a fear of commitment with women in general, because i don’t know if i love them enough to stay with them in the long term and basically i’m not “In love with them”, so i back out, no matter if she’s nice or not. I developed this crazy anxiety ever since i had cold feet with my second serious relationship. It’s like a problem with the feeling that the person is not the right one that i want to commit to.

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Thought of marriage are bringing thoughts of horror : whenever I want to get serious with a girl I have this overwhelming debilitating fear. It’s crippling and it causes insomnia, affecting everything else.

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Woman who cares for her freedom over marriage: I can see why a woman would want to get married, but marriage offers a man nothing. I enjoy my freedom, my disposable income, and my variety of sexual partners. Why would I want to give that up? I’d be a fool!

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Past experiences has made a woman scared of accepting any serious relationship: Usually of a traumatic past experience, that hurts the person emotionally, and they set a sort of “wall” around themselves, to not be hurt like that again, and pushes anyone they love away from them.

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A man is afraid of getting cheated by his wife : It’s not marriage I fear; it’s getting cheated on. Sometimes it takes years just to get over having a common girlfriend cheat on you, so how much more a wife? Like the embarrassment you feel if your girlfriend cheats on you is one thing, but if it’s your wife I have to presume it’d be exponentially worse. But at the end of the day conventional wisdom says a man is better for facing his fears than being a coward.

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A young woman is not ready for marriage yet: Been engaged 4 times since age 21 but never went through with getting hitched. I always chicken-out when things get too serious and funny thing is i’m an honest partner is not like I run to another man. I love and enjoy being single, my best friends are guys and its always a bliss learning from them. My 4th fiancee called me a arrogant woman with balls and then I realized that he was the 1st person to be blunt with me ever. I wouldn’t date anyone like me to avoid wasting time, I love being loved but I don’t want attachments. I’ve been involved in a intimate relationship for a year now, at some point I developed feeling for this guy but later snapped out of it.

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Childhood fear of whole marriage system: Seen bad outcomes of marriage in my family. – I feel disgust and anxiety when someone asks me out or says they have a crush on me (not disgust towards the person, though, unless I don’t like the person). I wish to avoid them, even if we are friends, after they tell me this, and i often have a feeling of being trapped and tremble and panicky when they talk of their feelings.

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Trauma of previous failed relations: During or just before a relation I experience very bad thoughts of being unrespected or insulted by my partner. I also experience feelings of losing control.

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A man suffering from Gamophobia mental illness: I do have fear of commitment and would say that is the prime reason of breaking up. When I dug into my past I could see the reason of my misery was being cheated in my first relationship where I was very passionate about my relationship, but then she cheated on me. I was shattered and devastated. It took almost 4 years to get over that, yet the residues of the past don’t seem to leave me. I don’t want to hurt people but don’t want to hurt myself either. I don’t know what is my fate.

How Fear of Commitment personality test can help

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This quiz based personality test to check how do you feel or react in relationship. We will consider your responses to certain situations related to you and your partner. Your past experiences and based on the inputs decide if there are any signs of Gamophobia – Fear of commitment.

The possible signs are whether you provoke fights or arguments with your partner, possibly trying that your partner ends the relationship. So as not to commit yourself and be the responsible for the breakup. Signs if your fear to commitment may be seemed as a defense mechanism that has the aim of avoiding a potential abandonment and the suffering it would imply.

Quiz results will tell you if the fear of commitment is observed in your tendency to distance yourself when you feel the relationship is about to pass onto a more serious stage. And if you usually look for excuses that do not allow you to progress your romantic relationships.

We will also tell you if there are behavioral signs where you tend to look for defects or arguments against your partner. Possibly in order to use them as excuses not to get involved in or progress the romantic relationship.

Do the test and find out if there signs of fear to commitment.

 

Cure and treatment options for Gamophobia – Fear Of Commitment

Fear Of Commitment personality

Fear of commitment personality test is the first step to know if you have signs of Gamophobia. These symptoms can sometimes be extreme in nature, resulting in panic and anxiety attacks. Possible treatment options include

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Hypnotherapy

Behavioral Therapy

Medication and Antidepressants SSRI

Psychiatric Counselling

 

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