Looking at the net for men who got burned in relationships, it always seems like there a few traits in common in those women who have relationship troubles.I will not think twice to run away as fast as possible if a girl tells me she takes medication for some disorder she has. I refuse to waste my life giving into any kind of woman who has crazy potential.Drexel overcame the stifling social difficulties of Asperger’s syndrome and fast proceeded to sleep with over 140 girls.He gets dates and gets laid almost entirely through girls he meets at work, at parties, and in social circle.Another thing that will happen, hopefully, is that your standards will raise for what kind of person you allow into your life.I'm not just talking about women, either: your standards will raise even for male friends and colleagues once you become more confident, find your voice, and begin to stand up for what you believe in.When I look for a female for a LTR, the first thing I look at after her attractiveness is the red flags.
A damaging adult partner can damage us, damage our loved ones, and even damage the way we feel about love and romance in the future.Both you and the date are guarded, trying to obtain information about the other as much as possible without seeming like a police detective.Romantic relationships can be wonderful with the right person.In the first few weeks and months of dating, as our best selves are presented, we've found ourselves thinking, Finally, a guy who isn't emotionally stunted! But at some point, the curtain is pulled back just like in the "Wizard of Oz" and, yup, his emotional issues are right there. If his mother expected him to be "the man of the family," he may be looking for a woman who is helpless and needs taking care of. What he really needs: To realize that you are NOT his mother.
The Frisky: 12 stars posing using hands as bras Don't get us wrong: Women can be emotionally stunted too. And, more importantly, to understand the relationship dynamic with his mother.They can turn what is supposed to be a loving, supporting, and understanding relationship into the “fatal attraction” often described in movies.