5. YOU ARE NOT SHARING THE SAME GOALS
Admit it, in the long run, it’s always and will be about creating a future together, right? ‘Cos in the long run, that’ll keep your relationship guided. So if you’re not going the same direction, maybe it’s time for you to think and clear the path. Of course you want to be with someone who shares the similar goals as you regarding the future.
4. SHE HAS A GRIMY PAST
Sure, it’s all in the past and some guys would say that I can accept you whatever your past is. Some acceptance has its own limitations. But if you’re just a normal everyday dude, and this girl has a crazy background, psycho parents or boyfriends, etc. the chances of her being great for you are slim. Sure, some people grow beyond terrible pasts, but some don’t, so you need to decide which camp your girl is in. And you do need to be careful here
3. DRAMA-THON IS CONSTANT
A lil bit of drama is fine, it will- believe it or not- spice your relationship with your girl. However, being under the constant drama of your partner where you’ll get sucked into and start feeling kinda crazy emotions? That’s bad, boy.
2. SHE CONTRIBUTES LITTLE TO YOUR LIFE
This is a real deal bro. Time for you to ask yourself, is she contributing to your life? We mean, is she inspiring you to be better and helping you to grow into a better being? So, is she? If so, then you’re lucky. If not, she’s just one of the girls you’ll meet at the bar for a random hookup.
1. COMMUNICATION IS DEAD
In all aspects of life, communication is KEY! Communication is everything. If you can’t keep an open communication between you and your girl and you can’t chat openly and move beyond the shit times, what really do you have? Dude, what’s good? Really!
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