datingby Alexandra Fox

If you’re single, think of the man you’re dating right now. And if you’re in a relationship, then think of your boyfriend right now.

Are you 100% sure he’s right for you?

When it comes to dating men, every single guy you meet falls into one of only two categories: Either he’s right for you, or he’s NOT right for you.

Duh, right?

But as you might already know, about 90% of the single men out there AREN’T right for you. They’re either unwilling, unable, or unprepared to properly take care of you.

Is your man right for you?

In today’s Newsletter, we’ll talk about 4 tell-tale signs that he’s NOT right for you – and why it’s VERY IMPORTANT to be 100% honest with yourself when it comes to these signs.

Here’s the First Bad Sign for the Guy You’re Dating:


Does he make you feel uncomfortable?

When you’re together, do you feel bothered at some of the things he says and does?

Or do you just have that feeling that something about him is “off?”

If he ever makes you feel uncomfortable, I have just one piece of advice for you: TRUST YOUR GUT!

Your woman’s intuition is a powerful, powerful tool in finding the ones who are RIGHT for you… and spotting the ones that are just bad news.


In romantic relationships, guys love the sex, while we women love the conversations.

And if you give him good sex… but he doesn’t return the favor by giving you good conversation… it can be a sign that deep inside, he really doesn’t care about your feelings.


When you DO have a conversation together, does he avoid the “heavy” topics – like the future, meeting each others’ families, marriage, kids, and so on?

It’s okay if you’ve just started dating – that’s NOT the time to discuss the heavy topics. But if you’ve been dating for 6 months to a year, and he STILL avoids talking about the heavier things in life… that’s a bad sign!


Never forget – trust is one of the pillars of a relationship that lasts a lifetime.

And if you can’t trust him – if he lies a lot, or if he still sees other women, or if he makes empty promises just to make you stop talking – then sorry, I’d say he’s NOT the right one for you!

Don’t Make the Bigger Dating Mistake

These 4 signs should tell you that he may NOT be the right one for you – that he may not be ready, willing, or able to take care of you.

But you know what’s an even BIGGER problem than men who can’t handle a relationship?

It’s the women who INSIST on having a relationship with them!

There are some women who FORCE the relationship with a man who’s simply not right for them.

Even if the guy is OBVIOUSLY not right for them – he’s unfaithful, he’s disrespectful, he’s violent, and so on – they still insist on starting and staying in a relationship with him.

Don’t YOU make that mistake!

You don’t want to be like “Betty,” a successful wedding coordinator here in the States. She’s pretty, she’s sexy, and she’s a very motivated business owner.

Her only flaw? She was dating “Manny,” a bum.

Manny was a spoiled brat of a man. He had his own business, but it was tiny and being neglected – but it wasn’t a problem because his family always had money. As a result, Betty had to foot most of their bills.

What’s worse, Manny was abusive to Betty and disrespectful to her friends and family. He was simply intolerable!

And when Betty’s girlfriends tried to discourage her from continuing her relationship with Manny, she got defensive. She kept saying: “I’m happy with him, and if you don’t like it, YOU’RE the one with the problem, not me.”

Was she right?

Of course not.

After all, people who say “The problem isn’t me…” usually are. ;)


Have you ever forced a relationship in the past?

If you have – or worse, if you’re in a forced relationship right NOW – I’d like you to know that you’re fooling yourself.

No, you’re not really happy.

No, you’re not really satisfied.

No, you don’t really believe he’s the perfect guy for you.

You just pretend to be all of that, simply because you don’t want people to think you’re a failure at love.

You’re just pretending, because you think it’s better to have a lousy boyfriend than to have NO boyfriend at all.

And if you ask me – that’s a pretty crazy idea!

You need to raise your standards for relationships and serious dating a little.

You need to stop fooling yourself.

You need to decide, “Enough is enough. I don’t want a man who lies, cheats, steals, or disrespects me. I don’t want a man who can’t take care of himself. I don’t want a man who disrespects my friends and family.”

Only THEN will you open your life to the man of your dreams!

To the happiness you deserve,

~Alexandra Fox

From LoveRomanceRelationship: Alexandra is the author of the well-loved book “77 Secrets to Make Him Love You” among others. Visit her webpage to find out about her book and learn from more of her fabulous advice about avoiding the wrong guys that you’re dating–>>

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