At some point in a woman's life, many of us graduate from "boys have cooties" to daydreaming about her perfect guy. But then I grew up, and actually had to step out of my fantasy world to date IRL—and the fellas I encountered were nothing like the ones I drooled over while I was counting sheep. Truth is, dating can sometimes feel like one long merry-go-round of god awful dates that end before they can even begin, meeting fuckboys masquerading as Prince Charmings, and developing strong connections with potential suitors only for the flame to fizzle out, leaving you to re-watch He's Just Not That Into You for the 27th time 28, but who's counting? But dating is just a learning experience, and no amount of drive, talent, intellect, and wit can protect you from the multitude of Mr.
He might seem like a catch at first, but try to imagine him without all that first date charm. Or you could read up on these types of guys to avoid. The author of 'The Love Gap' reveals how to spot trouble.
He's cute, fun, smart and you can't stop thinking about him. You're already three steps ahead of the game, mentally planning weddings, children and that giant house with the white picket fence. Finally, after all these years, the perfect relationship has finally been found.
We all want to find a great partner, so why do so many of us end up dating not-so-good ones along the way? No need to blame yourself: And it's especially not easy when he's pulling out all of his charms over a glass or several glasses of wine at a swanky local bar. D, a sexologist and therapist in Toronto, Canada, to find out which guys you should strongly consider ruling out from the get go. Here are the seven types to watch for:.