Things That Turn Men Off.
Not being honest. This seems pretty basic. Trust is the most important thing in a relationship and if you don't have that, you don't have anything.
Excessive self-centeredness. It's good to love yourself, but maybe try to refrain from making out with yourself in the mirror every morning. (Just some mornings.)
Pretending to be dumb to get attention. You're not stupid, so don't play, although saying that, some guys may think its cute in some ways.
Pretending to be clumsy. I guess not every dude wants to date a clumsy person. You can paint your nails 10 different pastel colours and you know she can do a mean braid, but for some, the clumsiness may be too much. Personally I think it can add to a relationship and can be something you both laugh about later on.
Being on your Mobile phone all the time. This can be annoying especially if you've given up time to spend with your partner, actually caring about Snapchat or Instagram or social media or just texting friends all the time can annoy a lot of people and it an impede real life. However, if its someone like myself that uses these platforms for working, then you have to expect this to take place, the only thing you can do is agree to have time together and give the phones a rest and concentrate on each other for a while.
Trying to get him to act jealous. A little jealousy can be a good thing, it can show the other person that you care enough to get jealous, the problems come when you make him guess if you're playing or serious, if he thinks too much into why you're doing these things then it will cause massive problems in a relationship. You should always feel secure in a relationship and never be guessing if your partner really cares for you or loves you, this can be torture for some people so don't play games with someone's head or heart.
Playing hard to get. Its ok thinking he should work for it, but why play games, be straight with someone. If you both like each other, why make things harder and have the chance that he gets the wrong impression and stops chasing altogether, for me personally i lose interest very fast if someone plays hard to get or plays games, i just think they aren't interested and move on, life's too short and we need to make the most of it, guys are fed up with wasting time on women that aren't ready.
Lying about your wants. If you know where you want to eat, don't tell him to decide and then pout when it's not what you want. Just say you want Chips or a roast dinner. You always want Chips or a roast dinner. (Don't worry, he does too.)
Don't say one thing and do another, and don't ask him for advice then do totally the opposite, tell him you want his opinion and then explain what you feel you should do, Don't ask a man for his opinion, then tell him later the same thing but it came from a friend or parent, so now you are taking their advice, this will irritate anyone.
Don't have pictures around with other Men in them. Unless its a relative or a famous person or mentor etc, men will always wonder about this and it might make them jealous if you are ever close to that person again in the pictures, this includes dating sites as well, don't put your picture on there and have other men draped over you as it gives out the wrong impression and he will probably just skip by you. Snapchat filters are also a big turn off, and sticking your tongue out, yes it might seem cute once but on every picture will probably have a negative effect, show your natural look and show him what you look like without all the add on's, he will appreciate that more and it won't look like you're trying to hide something.
Narrow-mindedness. Seems fair. Judge not, love everyone, just be chill, etc.
But also, being too open-minded. Sometimes the open-mindedness can also be a problem because its a step too far for some people and not just for men, women don't always like this either, I'm sure you know what I'm saying when I say a step too far, as in wanting to share a partner with others, or thinking its all good to just go do whatever they like with whoever they like and its fine because we should all just love everyone and shouldn't feel hurt by it as long as they come back to you! NO, that's not ok and lots of people won't put up with that sort of thing and they don't want it in their relationship.
Not reciprocating things. I was with my ex for 2 years and through those 2 years, I helped her through her struggles with depression and self-destruction and a number of operations she had to go through. Fighting every step of the way. She always said she was so grateful and would do anything she could to help me if I ever had struggles. From the get-go in our relationship, I started to develop problems with the Ex partners still very much in her life and I felt worthless, she would choose them over me and it became soul-destroying, I couldn't cope with the constant worry, especially when the lying started and she would slip up and tell me she had been with them for hours instead of what she was supposed to be doing. The second I walked away from the relationship I knew she didn't care, she was straight back into her old ways with the Ex partners all back into her life and home and having them run around after her. In a relationship. no amount of extra effort on your part can make up for the lack of effort on theirs. If you're going to commit to someone then put the same kind of effort into the relationship as they do or add a little more if that's the type of person you are, but anyone, Man or Woman, will get fed up and turn away if they feel they're the only one trying.
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