Dating the wrong guy
When you have been dating a man for a while, it’s natural to want some clarity about the general direction of the relationship.
While it may feel risky, it’s ultimately better to know the truth.
If he frequently pushes you to do or say things you are not comfortable with, makes unreasonable demands or does things he knows will hurt or disappoint you, he may be a narcissist.
You may end up feeling used, and ironically he may end up resenting you if you shell out your hard-earned cash.
A man who makes ugly and derogatory comments about his ex, talks about women in explicit sexual terms or calls any woman an obscene name needs to clean up his vocabulary and add some class to his act.
If he doesn’t follow through or keep his promises, you will likely be frequently disappointed.
If a man is seeking money or financial support in the early stages of dating, he may have significant issues with his finances or a pattern of chronic unemployment. Many sympathetic women have fallen for a sad sob story and have been taken advantage of. A real man with his pride intact would rather clean every toilet in Grand Central Station with a toothbrush than ask for money from a woman he barely knows.
Here are 10 signs you’re dating the wrong guy: If he is giving you anxiety, either by falling off the map and not texting you for 5 days or taking forever to ask you out on a third date, chances are he’s not the right guy for you.