You fear revealing your true feelings to another individual. To be vulnerable in their presence.
You find it difficult to believe that someone won't harm you when they could do so effortlessly.
You are frightened of change, although everything in a relationship changes. You must meet new individuals.
You detest the possibility that your lover may one day wake up and no longer feel as intensely about you as they once did.
You do not want to become one of those individuals that take their significant other everywhere and rely on them for everything.
You are so occupied with work and friends that you are unsure if you have time for a romance.
You don't want to be disappointed after raising your expectations. You do not know whether you could withstand that level of suffering.
You have a morbid fear of yourself. You are afraid that you will discover something wonderful and then ruin it.
You don't want to devote yourself to one individual only to find years later that you made the wrong decision.
You have been harmed in the past, and you do not wish for it to happen again.
You are afraid of discovering happiness. A portion of you doubts that you deserve it.
Of being the lone person who actually cares whether the connection endures or disintegrates.