I was funny looking back at all these awful dates or relationships..what was once my high school heartache, is now years later...pretty ridiculously funny!PS..post was supposed to make you laugh and/or feel better, or that you are not alone in dating a bunch of guys that could use a course in manners, kindness and morals, and maybe how to be nice and chivalrous.Every woman has some dating doubts, but if you’re experiencing any of the following issues, perhaps you are dating the wrong guy. If your guy is more interested in how you fit in his world and he doesn’t take into consideration your individual needs, you’re certainly dating the wrong guy.To find long-term compatibility and true happiness, we should take matters into our own hands. You feel that your partner only thinks about himself and he always does whatever he wants, even when you don’t like his actions and he knows about it.These lessons in self-love are painful but when you get it, it's worth it. The good news is that you're aware you're dating the wrong guy.Awareness wakes us up and allows us to make new choices.You and your guy should have some alone time in order to keep the spark in your relationship. Because he doesn’t want or because you are embarrassed by him so much that you don’t want your social circles to know him?More: 7 Helpful Ways to Stop Being Clingy Did you introduce your boyfriend to your family or friends? If he doesn’t want to meet your family, it’s a red flag to watch out for in your relationship. More: 7 Sure Signs You Are Too Attached to Your Man If you feel like your partner never listens to you, you might be dating the wrong man.
Yet, for some strange reason, you're still attracted to him and you keep dating him.It's not that you're dating the wrong guy; it's that you haven't learned the lesson yet. The good news is he's bringing you the lesson and you have a chance to choose differently.The funny thing about dating the wrong people is that they're always trying to teach us the same thing: Love yourself. As much as I joke about going to a therapist, therapy is always in session. Our childhood wounds definitely come to the surface when we date. You know you've learned a lesson when you no longer want to repeat the lesson. When we let go of a bad relationship, we make room for a good one. When you go to Starbucks and he tells you the girl working there, "is the most beautiful girl I've ever seen"..you are not the girl who works at Starbucks. After dinner he makes no attempt to pay for the bill, or thank you after you sign your name on the restaurant copy of the receipt, hoping at some point he's going to stop you and at least offer to pay for his stupid steak. When you go out with your best male gay friend and the male you are on a date with, and you return from the ladies room to see both males you came with kissing each other. Level 1, because I was supposed to be on a date with a guy that was supposed to want to maybe only kiss me at the end of the night and level 2 because, whether you're gay, straight, or crooked..should not kiss your friend's date.. When you realize he can spend so much time with you because he doesn't have a job. But it IS, the name of his ex-girlfriend, you find out later. When you wonder why he's been acting differently, and you read an article in the local newspaper about an artist couple working on a project together and realize the guy in the relationship, is the same guy that was just telling you how much he loved you and that you were his "dream girl", but has lots of dream girls and apparently now loves someone new, without telling you. When you're dating a guy that takes more time getting ready than you do. When you are at a New Year's Eve party, you go to get some food for you both and return to see him kissing another girl. When he continues to call you Michelle all the time, and that's not your name.