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“Commitment-phobia is a fear of committing to a relationship.We've found that milfs are the "one that you want" recently.Shortly followed by grannies, coming up the rear (ooh that's a bit rude!As much as people may joke about having “daddy issues,” both Singh and San believe those who develop a fear of commitment do so because of their past experiences and often their relationship with their parents when growing up.It all comes down to attachment bonds, according to San, who says that although commitment-phobia isn’t innate, the need for a secure bond is: “If that bond is disrupted in early life, that will create problems for adult relationships and one of those can be issues with commitment.” The issues generally stem from early life - for example, if a parent responded inconsistently to their child, they might then grow up to be ambivalent in their reactions to other people: “An adult who is more detached and distant probably had more detached parenting,” San says.It’s not unusual for some people to balk at the first hints that a partner wants to settle down – only to be dismissed as a commitment-phobe.