~ yungtulip One I haven’t seen mentioned is the inability to respect boundaries, even small ones. Finally I stopped things because his pushiness and neediness was making me uncomfortable. If they don’t hear “no” here where else will they not hear it? But there is a huge difference between expressing an opinion and attempting to control.
It doesn’t matter what it’s for, “no” does not mean “convince me”. Another common example is someone trying to buy me a drink after I say I’m good. ~ emdee39Trying to impress me by shitting on other girls you’ve been with or your friends. I don’t see anything wrong with only wanting a smash and dash/ FWB relationship from someone – just don’t lie about it!
or make frequent jokes about lack of ability to be committed or a good SO.
Maggie from New York City specified in her profile that she wanted to meet someone between the ages of twenty-five and thirty-five who lived in Manhattan, so receiving emails from sixty-five-year-old men who lived a hundred miles away was not amusing.
Someone who blatantly disregards what you’ve stated you’re looking for is simply wasting your time.
Well, let me give you a few, 30 to be exact; dead give-aways you are dating a Narcissist.
If he is what he says he is, it will show over time and he won’t mind waiting.
You’ve made a connection on Match, Our Time, Bumble, or e Harmony. So much of that first date is going to be about the “indefinable” – the stuff you can’t really put into words.