Mature Dating in LA | 5 Signs She’s Settling for the Wrong Guy

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Mature dating in LA is tough, especially for women. We’ve all had less-than stellar relationships and past partners we’re not so proud of. And a woman who’s in a relationship that isn’t good for her goes through a range of emotions that many of us can’t even imagine.

It’s tough enough to find someone who knows how to treat a woman the right way, let alone knows how to be in a committed relationship. This is the struggle many women face in today’s modern dating world. As the best matchmakers in Los Angeles, we’ve helped thousands of women overcome their dating struggles. And we’re confident we can help you too.

If you’ve been having doubts you’re dating the wrong guy – or know someone who is – this dating article is for you.

5 Warning Signs He’s the Wrong Guy

Today, our Los Angeles matchmakers are going to reveal the top warning signs she’s settling for the wrong guy. Or maybe it’s you who is settling. Either way, it’s time for women to break free and realize their worth in dating. After all, every woman deserves to find that special someone who loves her and treats her right.

  1. He always talks about his ex.

Not only is this a little uncomfortable, but it’s just not healthy. It’s common courtesy to avoid talking about past relationships in a new relationship. There’s no telling how long it’ll take before a woman is comfortable hearing about her partner’s ex. But it’s safe to say that it won’t be right away.

If he brings up his ex once or twice, it’s not the end of the world. But if he is always talking about her – and in a way that makes it seem like he still has feelings for her, that’s not a good sign. Whether it’s you or a friend, you don’t have to put up with a guy constantly talking about his ex. In fact, it’s a red flag that he’s rebounding, and that’s the last type of guy you want to be with.

  1. He doesn’t take criticism well.

Yes, we all make mistakes. And yes, many times our partners will call us out when we do. It’s a problem when they do, and it’s a problem when they don’t. It’s best we accept the fact that there’s no comfortable way to avoid constructive criticism. However, there is a difference between constructive criticism and outright ridiculing criticism.

If a guy can’t help but get angry when his girlfriend says something about him, that’s a red flag. It’s a warning sign that he either wants her to be something she’s not or is insecure about himself and can’t take criticism well.

  1. He’s badmouthing his past relationships.

Ah, yes, on the opposite end of the spectrum from warning sign number one. We get it. We all need to vent, and sometimes that’s okay. It’s better than holding everything in. The difference between venting and just talking bad about a relationship is when the venting seems to happen quite frequently.

One or two negative comments about his ex are one thing, but bringing her up all the time and talking negatively about her is a big no-no. It’s pretty revealing in terms of who he is as a man and partner. It’s also a sign that he might not hesitate to do same in the next relationship. Don’t forget that there’s always two sides of every story, including the one about an ex.

  1. Her family and friends don’t like him.

We’ve all been in a relationship that probably didn’t impress our parents or friends. We’ve also all probably been in a situation where we realized much later that the person we were dating wasn’t the right one for us. We had our blinders on and didn’t realize it until it was too late.

This can be even tougher as an adult since we’re so invested in serious relationships and finding the one. This can cloud our vision and throw us into a constant state of denial simply because we don’t want to admit that we deserve better. But if friends and family are always voicing their concerns about a guy, don’t dismiss them. They’re usually right.

  1. Needing to act like someone else.

One of the biggest warning signs a woman is settling for the wrong guy is the need to act like someone else. If you like you can’t be yourself around a guy, then he’s not the right guy for you. Feeling like you have to change your values or goals to be accepted by him is a red flag you’re not compatible.

This isn’t to say you’re not both great people but rather that you don’t make a great couple. It’s best you figure this out now and save yourself the frustrations and heartache down the road.

Too many women settle in relationships. It’s easy to get caught up thinking you finally found someone who show interest in you. But it’s crucial you know the warning signs you’re dating the wrong guy.

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