Fewer people than ever are getting married.
It’s believed that 25% of millennials will never marry during their lifetimes.
The fear of commitment has never been more pervasive. Relationships can be a big risk, both emotionally and financially.
But the alternative isn’t all unicorns and rainbows. Spending a lifetime alone has guaranteed negatives. At least a relationship has the chance for a happy ending.
Humans are driven by fears, but many fears are irrational. It’s possible that your judgment is clouded and you’re allowing an illogical fear to steal from your future and your happiness.
Address your fear of commitment and enjoy a successful relationship:
Many people fear commitment due to the perception that a relationship is confining, limiting, and reduces freedom. However, the right relationship provides just the opposite. Consider how much love and support you’ll receive, which increases your confidence and self-esteem. This leads to new opportunities.
You can also have greater financial resources. You’ll also save time by not running around looking for a partner anymore. Having this one part of your life settled creates a lot of space to live.
Many people fear relationships, but allowing a fear of commitment to rule your decisions is a mistake. Relationships are one of the most rewarding parts of life. Allow yourself to experience all that life and other people have to offer.
Rachale Kelley is a life and online business coach who believes every parent should have a way to escape their 9-5 so that they can have more time freedom with their family, including having access to systems and strategies that will keep them from becoming overwhelmed while pursuing their dreams.
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