TYPES OF GUYS TO AVOID #1
He plays it cool at first, but develops an obsession within days and is soon calling, TEXTING and e-mailing you several times a day; he always wants to know where you are, what you are doing and who you're with, and tends to call over and over again if you don't answer the first time.
THE REMEDY: Tell him you're not ready for anything serious and like to keep your time (and your freedom!) to yourself. If he doesn't get the hint, ignore his calls and cut off all communication.
TYPES OF GUYS TO AVOID #2
His stories never add up, his facts are always off, and his personality seems too good to be true? It probably is. Men like this like to get attention by making up grandiose tales to tell their friends and using white lies to cover up any little indiscretion. They know they're liars, and they don't care; either they think it's okay, or they figure they've gotten this far without being honest, why start now?
THE REMEDY: Tell him the truth; you feel like you never know if he's lying or not, and that guessing games are not your thing.
TYPES OF GUYS TO AVOID #3
THE RAGING ALCOHOLIC
You're scared to go for drinks with him because he can never stop after one or two; he usually doesn't remember what happened the night before; every time you hang out, alcohol is involved in some capacity. After a few drinks, he's ready to fight anyone that walks by him.
THE REMEDY: Tell him you're worried about him and his partying ways, and see if he wants to spend some quiet nights at home or go on some daytime dates. If not, kick him to the curb.
TYPES OF GUYS TO AVOID #4
This guy probably got a lot of attention in high school by treating girls badly, and he thinks he's still got game. He's constantly putting you, his friends, and everyone else who happens to be within earshot down. This makes him feel big and powerful. Unfortunately it also makes him look like a big a-hole.
THE REMEDY: Tell him you're not just any girl and that you deserve better. It's time to move on!
TYPES OF GUYS TO AVOID #5
THE SPORTS FANATIC
(complete with face paint)
He's always watching the game, whether it's hockey, football, soccer, or baseball; boy's night is every night because there are constantly men, beer and sports TV at his house; he belongs to 23 different pools; his idea of a date is going to the corner pub and (you guessed it!) watching the game.
THE REMEDY: Tell him there's more to life for you than sports, and that you need to get out there and experience it; if he wants to join you, he'll have to turn that TV off for a while.
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