Are you dating the right person
Do you find yourself saying 'If only she'd think before she spoke' or 'I wish he'd be less lazy'? "What you see is what you get; so if you don't like your partner's temperament, don't try to fix it.
Find someone whose personality is more compatible with yours." Consider temperament the prerequisite for long-term love.
For men and women in the early stages of a relationship—dating, moving in, or even engaged—there’s often one lingering question in the air.
Skeptical friends and risk-averse relatives alike may ask it.
Be mindful of anyone who tries to keep you from pursuing your dreams. A true gentleman will have more interests than just you. You should, of course, be a priority in his life – but he needs to have a life as well. If a man works his entire life around you, it’s another red flag – relationships should be a great part of your life, but not encompass your whole life. I have always felt that a mark of a man is how he handles conflict, criticism, and less-than-ideal situations. It should be understood that part of what comes with the territory of having a girlfriend, is dealing with her getting hit on.
He will want to be part of a power couple, rather than a dictatorship. No matter how awkward or uncomfortable a situation is, a real man will approach it, and you, with respect.
We label it as ‘complicated’ or we find ourselves dating the same type of men who are not good for us instead of admitting that it’s just not working.
After repeating our patterns we don’t know what a normal, healthy relationship is.
You’re not sure where you stand with him and he avoids discussing any future with you.
Your relationship is unsatisfying for many reasons but primarily because you’re putting more effort into it than you are enjoying being with him. I thought he was the perfect guy for me, a man who would be sensitive to my needs and feelings.