"The Sims 3," like earlier titles in the series, is a game that lets you create people with various positive and negative traits as a part of their personality. One trait that can potentially cause much conflict later in a Sim's life is the Commitment Issues trait. As its name suggests, the affected Sim has problems committing to a single Sim at a time, feeling tied down and wanting to be free. However, this Sim is not altogether exempt from falling in love and getting married.
Purchase helpful lifetime rewards for your Sim. Found in the Lifetime Happiness tab, you can purchase Master of Seduction, which guarantees none of your romantic endeavors go rejected. Never Dull will also stop the Sim from becoming bored with you performing the same option over and over again.
Flirt with the affected Sim heavily. Click the Sim, and then click Romance. Click all the options within the tree repeatedly. These little thoughtful actions gradually increase the Sim's feelings toward you.
Repeat Step 2 until the relationship bar, shown in the Relationships tab, is completely maxed out.
Click the Sim and select Romance. Choose Propose Marriage.
Tips & Warnings
- You must purchase the Late Night expansion pack to get the Master of Seduction reward.
- Sims with commitment issues will only consider marriage at the highest relationship level.
- "The Sims 3 Manual"; Electronic Arts; 2009
- Sim 2 Sim: New "Sims 3" Late Night Lifetime Rewards
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