Sometimes we all get into bad dating cycles and end up dating the totally wrong type of a person. The same dating disappointment happens again and again, energy and time are wasted, heart is broken. Meetville.com released the infographic covering all kinds of daters people should avoid in their life.
We don’t see evident issues or we pretend that we don’t see them, but there are some terrible dating types that lead our dating life to nothing but trouble.
Joshua Pompey, a relationship expert, thinks: “While many men may seem ideal after just a few weeks of dating, upon closer inspection, there can be warning signs that you should avoid a relationship with this person. It is important to recognize these warning signs before it’s too late.”
When thinking of ruined dreams about any love story, people tend to imagine a poor woman with a broken heart, but there are some types of both men and women any person should run the other way if he/she encounters them. Zainab Karim, an article writer, says: “Men often get blamed for ruined relationships or having personality traits that make it almost impossible to sustain healthy unions. But men aren’t always the ones to blame for failed.”
Among the worst of the worst dating types is the emotionally unavailable person. “There is no way to build a relationship with an emotionally unavailable person. The emotionally unavailable person refuses to express themselves and are so evasive that it becomes exhausting trying to get through to them. They are good at charm, seduction and sexual appeal, but when the relationship gets deeper they will bail or sabotage it,” states Zainab Karim.
They say we should experience a number of failed relationships, mistakes and wrong choices to understand what we really need. According to the article on Marcandangel.com, “A big part of the problem is that many toxic relationship behaviors are baked right into our culture. We worship the idea of carefree romantic love – you know, where two people ride off into the sunset happily ever after before they even truly know each other. And we are raised to objectify our relationships and guard them like personal property. Thus, our friends and lovers are often treated as assets rather than human beings of free will with whom to share true love and emotional support.”
Alex Cusper, Meetville service analyst, says: “We may feel that we are most certainly doing everything right, but if we continue to pick the wrong type of a dater then we will definitely end up in the same spot. People think that they can change others, but it’s not always right. It’s difficult to make from someone the partner you want him/her to be. If there are some red flags that you want to ignore or you already know what you would want to change about your significant other, then this person is not the right one for you.”
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