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14-Aug-2020 15:46

It’s about meeting someone, and being wary of certain personality traits if they pop up.

Oftentimes, this is very situational, because everyone is different and what works for someone may not work for everyone.

This indicates some kind of long-term planning skills as opposed to a raw, in-the-moment, hedonistic style of life, which is dangerous and not stable.

It's one thing if the guy is focusing on school and doesn't have time for a job.

Or is he actually giving off little hints that he’s someone you should avoid completely in the dating world?

When we’re distracted by charm or the way someone looks, it’s easy to ignore these things…

It might seem obvious but I have known some of these guys and women fall for 'the game' if you will time and time again.

If he's saying "I love you" after three dates, there could be a few reasons: either he's rebounding for someone, he's just desperate for a girlfriend no matter who she is, or he's just trying to get in your pants.

Either way, he's not emotionally stable or he's just a jerk. Source: Shutter Stock seven Stars Fall Male: 1) Does he have a job.

If every guy that knows him is like, "Ugh, I hate that dude," there's probably a pretty good reason for that.

Source: Shutter Stock Stevebutnotreally: Here's a red flag of sorts I'll admit about myself: If I'm mostly looking to get you into bed, I'm not asking a lot of questions.Entitled guys think that they deserve something for everything they do - and that doesn't make a great boyfriend.