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Dating Disasters: The 5 Worst Types of Partners You Must Avoid!


Hey, daters! Today, we’re diving into a topic that’s crucial for our hearts and happiness: the types of partners you absolutely need to avoid if you want to find real love.

  1. The Narcissistic Manipulator
  1. Love Yourself First!

Alright, ladies and gents, let’s talk about those smooth talkers who only care about themselves. You know the ones—everything is about them, and they manipulate your emotions like it’s a game. Honey, you deserve so much better! Look out for those red flags early on, like constant bragging or not showing interest in your life. Remember, real love means giving and receiving, not being someone’s emotional punching bag. Set those boundaries and don’t be afraid to walk away if they’re not willing to change.

  1. The Commitment-Phobe
  2. Don’t Settle for Less!

Ah, commitment-phobes—the ones who just can’t seem to take the relationship to the next level. It’s frustrating, I know. But listen, you’re worthy of a partner who’s all in, not someone who keeps you hanging on a thread. If they can’t commit, don’t waste your precious time trying to change them. Focus on yourself and what makes you happy. The right person will come along when the time is right.

  1. The Emotionally Unavailable
  1. You Deserve Open Hearts!

Now, let’s talk about those ice-cold hearts. They might be charming on the outside, but deep down, they’re emotionally distant. Relationships are about connection and vulnerability. If your partner can’t open up, it’s time to evaluate if this is the love you truly deserve. Remember, your feelings matter too! Don’t be afraid to express your emotions and seek a partner who can do the same.

  1. The Serial Dater or Player
  1. Don’t Be Their Game!

Oh, the smooth talkers who seem to have a different date every night of the week. Don’t let their charm fool you. If they’re not serious about building a meaningful connection, they’re just playing games. You’re not a pawn in their dating chessboard. Value yourself and find someone who sees your worth and is genuinely interested in getting to know you. Let’s ditch the players and find someone who’s ready to be real.

  1. The Controlling and Possessive Partner
  1. Love Shouldn’t Hurt!

Last but not least, let’s talk about the ones who smother you with their possessiveness. Love shouldn’t be about control; it’s about trust and respect. If they try to dictate your every move or isolate you from friends and family, it’s time to step back and reassess the situation. Don’t let anyone take away your independence and joy. Stand up for yourself and seek support if you need to break free from a controlling partner.

You deserve nothing but the best in love. Don’t settle for less than you’re worth, and don’t be afraid to let go of those toxic partners. Love starts with loving yourself first. Trust your instincts, set boundaries, and remember that true love is patient, kind, and brings out the best in both partners.

Keep your head high and your heart open. The right person will come into your life after you get on the path that leads to the relationship you want. In my recent Facebook post, I shared 5 Lessons I learned from choosing the wrong partner.  I actually took these lessons and turned them into a challenge to help put you back in the driver’s seat of your dating life.  Check it out here. Wishing you all the love and happiness in the world. Stay blessed! 💕



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