9 Sure-fire Ways to Attract the Wrong Guy

Bad relationships can be really messy. You end up questioning your very existence and your standards for love. You can’t help but wonder about what you’ve done to deserve the hell that you’ve just been through. Ladies, find yourself a man with a good heart.

Bad relationships can be really messy. You end up questioning your very existence and your standards for love. You can’t help but wonder about what you’ve done to deserve the hell that you’ve just been through. What did you do to deserve that boyfriend who mistreated you and emotionally manipulated you? What you don’t realize is that you probably brought this havoc upon yourself with your bad decisions and misguided intentions.

You can save yourself the hassles of heartache by improving your standards and changing the way you go about choosing a potential mate. Girls often make the mistakes of going into relationships with wrong expectations and so they end up hurting themselves in the process when their expectations aren’t met. Don’t fall victim to your own wrong decisions and start approaching relationships better.

Always be sure to avoid these 9 sure-fire ways to attract the wrong guy:

1. You Prioritize Looks Over Personality

The one way to be blindsided into getting yourself into a toxic relationship is to allow yourself to prioritize looks over personalities. Looks won’t be everything 10 years down the line. If you’re looking to be in a serious long-term relationship with someone, then you should start looking into peoples’ personalities more than their looks. Looks will fade away eventually but personalities can only shine brighter with age. You should always choose to be with someone who makes you happy over someone who is easy on the eyes.

2. Choosing Someone Who Has the Same Personality as Your Toxic Ex

You have a type. We understand that. But it would be foolish for you to keep on getting into a relationship with people who have the same personality types, and expect different results every time. Switch up your tastes and raise your standards. Reevaluate the qualities that you want in a partner, and see if these qualities are worth sustaining a relationship over.

3. You Prefer The Loud One Over The Quiet One

Often, you’ll be drawn to the loud and eloquent partner who you can seemingly strike a conversation with at any given moment. You may end up overlooking the quite introverts who have just as much love to give you in the process. Be wary. The loud, talkative ones don’t necessarily have the best personalities, and might bring toxicity into your relationships. There are perfectly great potential life partners waiting in the wings who just don’t have the courage to strike up a conversation. Don’t overlook them and test the waters a little bit. You never know what gems you may end up finding if you put in a little effort. – Continue reading on the next page

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