A Commitment phobe is a commitment phobe…..

One of THE most telling signs of a commitment phobe here at Linx is the prospect who just can’t commit to the process. They flake. They can’t grasp driving down to our offices, can’t seem to envision that this is a business and it actually costs money to join, can’t see to process that there is a methodology and they would need to do an application and interview.

The commitment phobe postpones, he/she makes excuses for needing to reschedule, cancels last-minute, and often conjures up some grand story about meeting someone recently and how he/she wants to focus on that person. Did they not read the fine print at the end of the basic screening questions saying

Note, as excited as Linx Dating is to have you as a prospective client, and as much as we encourage you to keep your dating options open as you date casually through other channels, we ask that you NOT move forward with our process if you are dating someone seriously that has a substantial probability of progressing into an exclusive relationship.  This can lead to a waste of everyone’s time.  If you feel that you might fit into this category, please state any details below and we can discuss it.

It becomes a blessing for everyone that the process filters this type out. WHY? Well for one my tell-tale sign is if someone cannot commit to our unique proprietary process of admission, why on earth would they commit to anyone for a relationship let alone marriage. It saves us matchmakers who work tirelessly behind the scenes pretty much 24/7 a lot of grief too.

So remember that a network and company like Linx is the anthesis of a match.com or casual encounter you might have meeting someone at a bar or event. The system weeds out those who can’t fathom that there is a science applied to the art of our very skilled and honed matchmaking. This is for a caliber of men and women who are sick of games, tired of phony types, and crave something real, to the point, and genuine…where everyone is an equal and desiring the same “end goal” as one another. How refreshing. There is no guessing or wondering involved.

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