There are all types of men out there. Some are the types we want to bring to mom and some men are types that some women just want to bring home.
However, there are some we should try to avoid at all costs. If you are a women looking for a guy for a long term future, check out this list of men you should try to stay away from.
1. Mr. Perennial Bachelor
He's well mannered, attractive, witty, And successful. It may be hard for you to believe, but he's single.
Even if you are cautious, his charm might lure you in. Suddenly, when things get serious, he'll ditch the relationship as fast as a cheetah.
There is no right woman for this guy and there will never be. He hasn't introduced you to his friends and family.
2. The guy who is always getting married
He's all about getting married but he treats marriage like a luxury car lease and in a few years he'll be ready to trade you in for a "new model."
He hasn't figured out that passion naturally cools and when he does he will blame you. Find out he many times he's been married. If he's been married 2-4 times chances are, he could be married 2-4 more times.
3. The No Money Guy
He uses you for sex and money. He has a low budget yet he had expensive taste and counts on you to keep him stylish.
He'll play on your natural affinity for nurturing and caretaking.He's always broke when it's time to pay. He'll say "it's for us" whenever you buy something.
5. Mama's Boy
He's sweet, affectionate, and understanding but he's hung up on his mom. His mom influences everything. If he pushes you to choose sides guess who he chooses?
You lose. Project into the future and his mom will determine everything including how to raise his children.
6. Peter Pan Syndrome
Even if he's in his 30s or 40s he still thinks he's the frat boy and he's always ready for a trip or party. Difficult situations aren’t in his repertoire, and when the going gets tough, you’ll be going it alone.
He's brilliant, accomplished and has an unflagging belief in his own infallibility. When he’s not 100% right, he won’t take it well if you point it out.
He may want an accomplished woman, but not one so successful that you eclipse his glory. He may try to undermine your success. He might embarrass you in front of colleagues in the guise of “being funny.”
When you complain, he’ll accuse you of being too sensitive. He never gets tired of talking about himself. He doesn't care what you have to say. He will listen but only to prepare for his next persuasive statement.