Bad dating signs

20 Aug

He may say he deeply cares for you but follow that with, “I need more time” or “I’m not ready for a full commitment yet.” 5.

Your relationship seems to plateau at a certain point and stop growing.

The danger of getting involved with a super nice guy is that they send mixed messages about how they feel.

They’ll be open with you and yet something doesn’t feel quite right.

Here’s a few clues to look out for: Let’s just get this out of the way: desperation is a huge turn-off.

I don’t think I’m alone when I say that I don’t want to date someone who is a pushover.

Instead, most of us are drawn to people who are confident and self-assured.

The reality is that you are not who he has envisioned for his future, but he is afraid to tell you.

He doesn’t want to lose your company or the comfort of having someone he likes to go out with.

You are easy and “good enough” to fill the time until that special woman comes along. He talks about the future without including you specifically. He attends to your needs more than his own, usually out of guilt for not feeling fully engaged with you. He avoids disagreements preferring always to keep things status quo between you. When you ask him directly how he feels about you, he’s unsure and indirect.

Super nice guys can end up wasting a lot of your precious time.

The mixed messages he’s sending will make you feel conflicted about breaking up with him because after all, he treats you so well and he obviously likes you.