"I Won't Commit To You Until..." Based On Your Birth Order
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“I Won’t Commit To You Until…” Based On Your Birth Order

Commitment is scary. After all, you don’t want to commit to the wrong person and end up getting your heart broken in the end. That’s why you need to be careful about who you choose to date. Here is how you determine whether or not you’re going to commit to someone, based on your birth order:

Only Child

You won’t commit to someone until you can trust them one hundred percent. You are pretty independent, so you don’t want a relationship where either of you feel the need to constantly check in on each other. You need to trust them and they need to trust you. If there’s any question about faithfulness, then you would rather stay single. You aren’t going to waste your time with someone who makes you feel inadequate or jealous. You respect yourself too much for that kind of a relationship. 

Youngest Child

You won’t commit to someone until you’re sure that they’re ready to commit too. You know that love isn’t a one-way street and that you can’t carry the whole relationship on your back. You need someone who is ready and willing to put a label on the relationship, to take that next step with you and only you. You don’t want to beg them for more. You want them to be excited about giving you more. If they aren’t as on board with the idea of commitment as you are, then it’s not worth your time.

Middle Child

You won’t commit to someone until you feel like they’re a friend. You want more than sexual tension. You want a real, meaningful connection. You want to be able to laugh with this person and cry with this person. You want to like them in addition to loving them. Unless you feel like you can let down your guard and be your real self around them, you won’t want to commit to them. You want to hold out for a relationship where you’re friends and partners.

Oldest Child

You won’t commit to someone until you’re sure that you’re on the same page about your future. You don’t want to end up with someone who has a drastically different idea of happiness than you do. Since you’re looking for something long-term, you need a partner who shares your goals and morals. You need to sit down with them and have a long, detailed conversation about the type of future that you want together before you decide whether you are going to commit to them in the present.


You won’t commit to someone until they start prioritizing you. You understand that your person’s career and friendships are important to them, but you should feel important too. You won’t commit to someone who barely makes time for you in their schedule or who acts like your needs are an inconvenience. You want a partner who puts active effort into making you happy and gives you consistent attention. You won’t commit unless you’re sure that they’re going to put the relationship first instead of thinking selfishly.