You're committed to individualism and independence, which may make it hard for you to commit to a lover. You tend to look down on people who go for traditional unions like marriage, because the house, the 2.3 kids and the two-car garage all look to you like traps designed to chain you to mediocrity. You want to do it your own way, not the way that society has prescribed for you.
And that's a positive goal, but the way you go about it may not be so positive. After all, it's great to follow your own drummer and make your own way through the maze of love and relationships, but if you're doing it purely for the sake of 'sticking it to the man' -- avoiding traditional relationships just to prove that you're different -- well, what's the point? You could be missing out on a lot of love and intimacy, and just because you want to prove something that's only important to you and you alone. Instead of avoiding commitments like marriage, you should try to examine the reasons why commitments like that make you so uncomfortable. Why do you feel the need to be so different? And what are you giving up in your relentless drive for independence?