Fear of Commitment Test

Fear of commitment Test

Do you find it hard to commit to a long-term relationship? Do you like to be in casual relationships and avoid labeling yourself as a partner? Do you tend to show excuses or find faults to break up and move on from the current relationship? Or, do you find it challenging to build a secure romantic relationship? Take this fear of commitment test to know whether you have a sign of Fear of Commitment in the relationship or not.

What is Fear of Commitment?

Fear of Commitment is an irrational fear or avoidance of long-term partnership or marriage. It is also known as gamophobia, where “Gamos” is the Greek word for marriage and “Phobos” (phobia) means fear.

This phenomenon of fear of commitment generally includes fear of deep friendship and a reluctance to commit to a serious relationship which might lead to a consequence including deep hurt, frustration, confusion, anger, embarrassment, and eventually apathy as they tend to give up on the relationship.

Although this is not a diagnosable condition of DSM-5, it can affect badly in social, occupational, personal, and other domains of functioning of individuals for a long time.

A few symptoms of Fear of Commitment include:

  • Keeping the relationship open or at a casual level
  • Hesitating to open up or share deeper thoughts with partners
  • Finding faults in others/partners as an excuse to break-up
  • Avoiding situations that lead the individual to be confronted about relationship settlement or marriage
  • Feeling emotionally detached or discomfort to form a secure romantic relationship

Instructions For Taking Fear of Commitment Test

Below is a list of statements that relate to an individual’s fear of commitment in the relationship. Please read each statement carefully, and select options that you find relevant for you.

Please note: This fear of commitment test is a self-assessment and not a diagnostic test.

No. of questions – 15

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