10 Reasons Why He Might Be Good For Now But Terrible For Long Term

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In the end, long term is what matters!

1. He’s too much of a thrill-seeker.

Sure. At first, it may be all fun and games. You are attracted to his spontaneity and his thirst for adventure. You think that you would never get bored whenever you’re with him. You love that he just has no fear and he always goes for whatever he wants. However, down the road, you are going to want to have some sense of stability and safety. Some risks just aren’t going to be worth taking. Some thrills just aren’t going to be worth exploring. 

2. He’s a big flirt.

It’s the whole reason you fell for him in the first place. He knew what he was doing. He had his moves. He had his lines that he used to win your heart over. You bit and you bit hard. You loved that he was always flirting with you and he always knew what to say to make you feel giddy However, you should still be wary. You don’t want to have his flirtatious come back and bite you in the butt in the long run. Just make sure that you are the only subject of his flirtatious advances. Otherwise, things can end up getting really messy.

3. He’s a travel-junkie.

At first, you are fascinated by the fact that he travels a lot. He seems like he’s a very cultured man who has been well exposed to various kinds of peoples and perspectives. He has been to so many places and it shows in the way he conducts himself. However, eventually, you are just going to want to settle down. He might not want to keep his feet planted in one place for too long and that might make for a very difficult situation. 

4. He’s a perfect example of overindulgence.

He has all the fancy toys and impressive clothes. He wears the finest watches and he goes to the most expensive bars. Money is never an issue for him early on. He just spends and spends on whatever he wants. This impresses you at first, but it might be detrimental in the long run. Of course you don’t want to be with someone who is overly thrifty. But you also don’t want to be with anyone who is too financially irresponsible. You always want some sense of fiscal security in a relationship. 

5. He’s always casual and nonchalant.

You used to love that about him. He had a very passive aura about him. He didn’t try to control or manipulate anyone. He was always just very relaxed and casual in his ways. This was good at first, but eventually, you’re going to want to be with a person who actually takes things seriously. There’s a time to be serious and there’s a time to be casual. It has to be a healthy balance of both during appropriate situations.