Fourth, rework required
By that we mean revising your definition. For many, engagement is seen as a relationship for life. And sometimes billing means you're happy with less.
That is not the case at all.
Reality means that you accepted something you didn't like and didn't say anything about it. When you settle down in relationships, don't talk about everything that is missing in a relationship.
Fifth: revise your needs
When it comes to our needs, it is important to recognize that while relationships do not meet our needs, changing them does not meet all of our needs. One person alone is unable to meet all of our needs.
In a relationship, you need to divide the needs into three sections: your needs, your partner's needs, and the needs of the relationship.
When you look at successful relationships, they are not successful because they meet every need. They thrive because the couples can accept their differences with respect.
Take some time to review your needs while maintaining the relationship. For example, let's say you want to get in shape or have a habit of exercising, but your partner is not that big in sports. Instead of considering this as incompatible, you should find a training partner who satisfies the need to be with someone during training.
Sixth, look for your root causes of engagement anxiety
When it comes down to it, fear of engagement can be tantamount to fear of the unknown. Take some time to reflect on yourself. After revising a few things, you may be able to find experiences or challenges that can inspire you to make progress.