We all have preferences when it comes to dating and relationships. I dont really have as many deal-breakers but i would like to hear some of yours maybe i just haven't figured them all out. 1 of them is she has to be feminine, i dont think any guy would want to date a woman who doesn't act as a woman right? What are your relationship deal-breakers?
Most Helpful Girl
One I have similar to yours is if a guy is too feminine, like more than I am since as a heterosexual girl I like to be dating a guy and not a guy who acts like a girl, but I dunno, if everything else was fine I may overlook it (unless it made me too uncomfortable). My main ones are:
Disloyalty (Top of the list! I truly hate this one)
Doesn't put much effort into the relationship
Not willing to fix any problems in the relationship/change certain things for me
Never learns from his mistakes
Flirts with everyone
Doesn't contact me for days without a good reason for it (I have had some of my friends tell me of their boyfriend not getting back to them for days but use poor excuses such as "Xbox" and recently one of my friends bfs didn't get back to her for a week - his excuse was that his phone needed charging and resetting so I told her that wouldn't take a week to do. I wouldn't put up with that)
Stuck on his ex
Likes someone more than he likes me
Won't hold my hand in public or tell other girls he is taken (though this falls under disloyalty)
Terrible at conversation
Doesn't make enough effort for me
Doesn't seem that into me
Or alternatively - Overly sappy in a way that just comes across cringey and/or insincere
I could go on.
You know funnily enough, not all of this but at least half of it describes my ex...
Most Helpful Guy
SMOKING, constant negative attitude and a girl that tries to change everything about you. If you're not interested in who the person actually just date someone else that is more your type instead of putting pressure on other people to be more like what you think they should be like. I had an ex that wanted me to end my flourishing career in the fashion industry and get a job in the cafeteria at the company her parents worked at as a cook so I could be "more normal" and live a "regular life"... The salary was less than a third of what I was making at the time but she felt my dreams were "too grand" compared to hers and she just wanted me to give her a baby and be a complacent boring husband... Sorry for all the quotation marks... I'm quoting her exact words... I left her over 2 years ago and thinking about it still frustrates me lol3