10 Types of Guys You Always Regret Dating

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Ladies, how many of these "mistakes" have you made in your life?

It’s no secret that not all relationships are created equal. If you’re not lucky enough to find true love on your first try, you will probably have your fair share of relationship experiences. You will get the opportunity to date guys who were boring; guys who were conceited; and some guys who were downright toxic. The point of the matter is that each different guy you date will bring a different kind of charm or characteristic to the relationship, whether good or bad.

However, if you want to save yourself from potential heartbreak or regret when it comes to relationship, there are certain kinds of men that you have to avoid at all costs. Dating these kinds of guys will only lead to utmost disappointment and regret.

1. The Frat Boy

Trust us when we say that dating the frat boy is never worth it. Sure. He may have some connections, and he’s probably a rich kid. Also, there’s a good chance that he’s really good-looking, but he just isn’t worth it. He’s the kind of guy that needs a lot of growing up to do before you can start getting serious about having a relationship with. Give him a chance to live out his immature ways for the meantime. You don’t need that kind of drama in your life.

2. The Damaged Musician

You never ever want to end up as the subject of someone’s song. Ask all of Taylor Swift’s ex-boyfriends. Should you end up being unlucky in love, you might find yourself as the protagonist in his next song. Also, it’s very rare for musicians to make it big and find actual success. Don’t date a guy if he’s only relying on his music for a living; especially when he’s not that good of a musician.

3. The Overly Sensitive Man

You are sensitive enough as it is. You don’t need a man making things more emotional for you. The best way a man and woman interact is if they manage to balance each other out. Men tend to bring an aura of strength while women tend to be more compassionate and sensitive. You need to complement each other well, and you can’t BOTH be the sensitive ones in the relationship.- Continue reading on the next page