How to know if i am dating a loser

Even thinking about it gives me a massive panic attack. If your partner is still in party animal phase, then it is time to move on and GTFO.If a person is solely communicating to you in emojis and memes, then this is not a person who has the emotional maturity to be in a relationship with you.

If you're looking for the real deal, then the person who is constantly sending you memes is not the person for you.

That person is fun to talk to, and they are a good distraction, but will they take care of you when you're sick? Probably not, unless there is an emoji or a meme for that. It was probably more insane that I let him do this (he was a love bomber), but I was so blinded by affection and excited to "move in" with someone I cared about, I didn't realize I was actually just being used and taken advantage of.

When you move closely with other women in your office, he thinks you are a bisexual. This is one of the important signs you're dating a loser. Losing a job due to certain unforeseen circumstances is a totally different scenario, while staying jobless for long tells about the character of the person. Think twice before dating a man who doesn't know how to share his time equally between his friends, family and you.

Men, who lack the drive, tend to stay idle and vegetate. If he frequently borrows money from you, what makes you still think that he can provide for you?

Dating boundaries can drive you crazy if you don't know what you stand for. It's always tricky when you see someone your friend is dating still on a dating app. Are they new to town and just trying to get their footing? Teach them to clean, hire someone to pick up every once in a while, or end the relationship ASAP.

So here are some red flags that indicate the person you're dating is a loser, and it is time to GTFO. Are they a party promoter attempting to collect a roster of hot people to call? A messy man (or woman) usually has a messy mind and a messy heart. Because I promise you, exterior spaces reflect interior feelings.

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Would the “loser” personality also be called (clinically) borderline? The Loser article is based on the characteristics of four personality disorders (psychiatric diagnoses): Antisocial, Narcissistic, Histrionic and Borderline.

Without knowing what characteristics you have, I can’t say that your symptoms would fit a specific personality disorder diagnosis. I would recommend printing the Loser article, circling the “signs” that you feel apply to you, and taking the handout to a mental health professional.

I read one of the featured articles “Dating a Loser” and I think I am one — a loser.

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