If the meaning I'm aiming for is "love-minded and commitment-minded", but I want the sentence to feel smoother, is the following correct?
Those behaviors are hallmarks of narcissists and men who aren’t love- and commitment-minded.
(Note that a hyphen immediately follows "love".)
I haven't been able to find examples of sentences written this way, so I don't know why my impulse was to write it this way.
Is it correct to have a hyphen dangling like that when the next part of the sentence contains another hyphenated word such that the reader could assume that its ending is meant to be used for the first case too?