You Don’t Believe Him When He Tells You the Truth
Many times, men will directly tell you their outlook on the relationship. They’ll say things like, “I’m not interested in anything serious” or “I don’t see myself being married.” If you hear anything similar, don’t think you’re the one person who can and will change his perspective. Trust me; you can’t; you won’t. Moreover, you’ll end up wasting your time and resources. You only have the power to change yourself.
Being a Toxic Date
Toxic dates are the ones who complain all the time. They are the ones who always blame you. They may always turn things around to make it someone else’s fault. They overreact to unfortunate events. If all of this sounds familiar, “they” could be you. Toxic people are a huge energy drain. No matter how outwardly attractive or successful someone is, toxicity isn’t sexy.
You Don’t Believe In Love
If you genuinely think you are destined to live life alone, or you are of the thought that Michelle Obama married the “last good man on earth,” you’ll be right. Why? Because our belief is our reality.
You Do Nothing Differently
My favorite question to ask prospective clients is: “How many dates have you gone on in the last two years?” Most answer “zero.” (FYI – The average single in the U.S. has not been on one date in the last two years). Then my second question is always, “Are you happy with your number?” Most say no. My final question is always, “What are you doing differently to change it?” Most say “nothing.” The bottom line is that in every aspect of our life (dating included) we can’t do the same old thing and expect different results.
You Take Bad Advice from Friends and Family
You Commit Too Soon
You’re Lowering Your Standards to Compete
You’re Adhering to Ultimatums
Love is not selfish. Love doesn’t come with strings attached. If you have to give in to get him, get out.
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