dating red flags

The guy described below is just not worth your time.
The only way men could possibly make it through the dating scene in one piece is to learn the art of how to choose a woman who is most likely to enhance his life over the long haul, avoid the ones who are purveyors of pain, and I am here to help.
I ended the date not long after that. I went home angry. I was not just angry with him for being pushy and not respecting my feelings about it (which is an indication of a controlling personality), but I was angry with myself for buckling.
9. "He told me, 'If you get fat, you're dumped.' I married him years later and he was a manipulative jerk. Surprise!" 10
In my 30+ years of clinical experience, I've seen that abusers are often unable to solve conflicts verbally. Under stress, words fail them. Instead of using the small muscles around their mouth to discuss a problem, they lash out with large arm or leg muscles to relieve the tension.
3. He's a lone wolf with few friends who feels largely misunderstood by the world. This has a romantic allure -- only you
Face it: You let a lot of annoying things about your significant other slide when you're in love. Your girlfriend orders
The Balance Of Power During my marriage, I often deferred to my husband when it came to deciding where we went on vacation
"You’ve had a number of relationships that just didn’t work out," Goldstein wrote. "If people have questions about your marital
Omg ladies, dating is awful, right? Make sure it isn't even worse by avoiding these types of guys!!!
Jerome Kern wrote, "When you're in love, smoke gets in your eyes." And that smoke can quickly turn into a smokescreen that you are unable to see through to see if your love relationship has any chance of lasting.
On the surface, he looks like the All-American dad; on the surface, he looks like a great husband; on the surface, he tells everybody that it's OK that his marriage isn't passionate -- he's grown so much as an individual that he doesn't need wild, fulfilling sex anymore. But he's lonely.
You know what they say: hindsight is 20/20. But it's not until you've been through divorce or a tough breakup that you begin
I admit that I am 100% guilty of not taking this advice in the past. I met one ex-boyfriend after his married best friend hit on me. Then, there was the guy whose friends all made a group pact that they would never get married.
I would never get into a relationship with a man who was constantly contradicting himself and constantly changing his views on things based on appeasing other people... and I would never vote for a President like that, either.
All too often, women want to know what they're doing wrong, when really it's that they're dating the wrong person! After hearing far too many similar stories from single lesbians, I realized there were some common threads running through many of them, so I compiled 10 glaring red flags.