3 Types Of Men Women Never Want To Date & How To Fix It.
Written by Smooth FM on October 25, 2019
Women are often frustrated by men who have no idea how to treat them properly, and once they’ve dealt with one or two of these guys, they often make mental notes to avoid similar ones in the future.
You may not realize it, but your behavior on a single date could be what’s keeping you from landing another.
Want to boost your chances in the dating game? Here are eight types of guy you should try not to be (and how to fix things if the description sounds a little too familiar).
Why? Talking to them is an exhausting chore. Under the right circumstances, arguing can be fun for everyone involved. A good conversation with intense back-and-forth and logical pirouettes can leave both parties impressed with the other’s intellect, even if they never reach an agreement. .
However, arguing is only fun if both people are on the same page, and there are tons of guys out there who missed the memo. If your preferred mode of flirtation is correcting women about stuff, challenging them to debates and asking them to prove you wrong, you’re just pissing them off.
How to Fix It: Don’t argue with a woman unless you know her well enough to know she’s up for the debate.
Why? They’re too self-obsessed to treat anyone else with respect. Want to guarantee you’ll never get a second date? Spend the whole first date bragging about yourself. Men are often taught that the way to woo women is to impress them, leaving them to talk about how awesome they think they are.
Problem is, sitting there while someone shouts about their list of accomplishments really boring.
How to Fix It: So you’ve got lots to be proud of — that’s awesome! But even more impressive than that is asking them questions, too. A guy with not much going on who makes his date feel special will have better luck nine times out of ten than a super-successful guy who makes his date feel invisible.
Why? If they’ll lie about small things, what won’t they lie about?
Lying is pretty common practice in human communication, but if you don’t know how to differentiate between little white lies done in the name of politeness and more dangerous lies done to cover up unpleasant realities, you’re going to start burning bridges pretty quickly.
It might be tempting to lie to make yourself seem more impressive, or to make certain interactions simpler, but starting a pattern of lies in a dating context is likely to lead to a bad outcome sooner or later once your untruths start to come to light.
How to Fix It: Come to terms with what you’re lying about. Are you ashamed? Are you afraid? Are you jealous? Being honest might feel scary in the short term, but if you can get over the hurdle of admitting something you’re a little bit ashamed of, you’ll feel a lot stronger in the long run.