Stop dating the wrong person

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Comments 2

Tukus

12/23/2018

You are not right. I can prove it.

Tubei

12/31/2018

It is obvious, you were not mistaken

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How to stop dating the wrong people

As a person who goes on maybe one date every two months let me just say this: dating is stupid and I hate it. Because dating is hard, and with the festive season approaching you might be tempted to reach out to all sorts of toxic people. Being cautious when your heart is an enormous hopeful flesh bag is hard. So be smart. Be prepared not to put up with any old shit.

While that sounds really comforting and certain, in reality it's often not so cut-and-dry. People are complicated, and our feelings wax and wane over time. One day your partner may seem like "the one" and the next day, you might not be so sure. How are you supposed to know for certain that someone is actually right for you? So, rather than spend any more time feeling unsure, I called in the experts.

It does mean, however, that you have some work to do in order to ensure your relationship remains happy and healthy. On a somewhat obvious note, there are ways to identify incompatibilities in terms of communication habits, personality traits, and values. And according to experts, these are a few subtler signs that can suggest someone is wrong for you.

How to Stop Dating the “Wrong” People and Attract Healthy Love

Dear Jen, I'm constantly attracting guys who are really screwed up. My last boyfriend seemed ready to settle down when I met him and was constantly cheating on me by the time I finally left. Others have been severely depressed and some barely functional alcoholic, can't keep a job, no friends, etc. I'm a fairly happy person, I have a family that loves me, a good job, great friends -- why can't I find someone like myself?