Dating too many men
If you’re already dating him: Don’t try to pump him up or find a job for him or offer insights into what you think he should do with his life.This will only make him feel like a pathetic loser.A guy who feels lost and directionless will be too wrapped up in himself to be a loving, caring partner who can be in tune to your needs.This guy will just bring you down with his negativity and will resent you if you happen to have your act together.If he feels great about himself when he’s around you, he’ll want to keep you around and he will make more of an effort to keep you in his life. It could take months or years for his situation to turn around.Instead of thinking about how great everything will be when he gets himself sorted, take him as he is right here and now.And with that, I bring you the five types of guys to avoid dating, and tips on what to do if you’re already dating one of the types.TYPE 1: The guy who gets too intimate too soon When a guy is over eager it can mean a few things, none of them good.
MORE: When a Guy Won’t Call You His Girlfriend TYPE 3: The guy who hates his job and/or doesn’t know what he wants to do with his life Studies have demonstrated time and time again that while women gain their sense of self-esteem and worth from their inter-personal relationships, a man assesses his value based on his job or ability to have an impact on the world.
If you’re already dating him: I wouldn’t get my hopes up too high with this dude, he’s even more scattered and unfocused than the job-less guy and it will take him significantly longer to get his act together.
If you find yourself involved with a starving artist type, I say keep it casual, have you fun, and don’t take it too seriously.
Don’t stick around and try to prove him wrong, it’s a losing battle.
If you’re already dating him: Tell him something like “Look, I’m not into doing the casual, undefined thing.
It was great getting to know you though.” Sticking around and showing him how great you are will get you nowhere.