7 types of men women should stop falling for

7 types of men women should stop falling for

Everybody has expectations from a relationship, but in order to sustain a relationship, a personality check is imperative, because looks can be deceiving.

Every person is different and a quick personality check can help you to contemplate if you should or should not get into a relationship. Compatibility plays an important role in sustaining the relationship and also predicting the future. Knowing and understanding the kind of man you are getting in a relationship with can help you opt for a more stable relationship rather than a toxic one.

Different personalities of a man (Pexels)
Different personalities of a man (Pexels)

There are a multitude of people and each of them has a distinct set of characteristics that stand out if identified it can save you a lot of trouble from falling for the wrong person. The most obvious kinds are the dominating ones in the relationship. If your partner makes an effort to control every aspect of your life and your choices then it is either time to move out or not get into the relationship at all. So, here are 7 types of men women should stop falling for.

1. The Dad

This is similar to dating your dad, which is a disgusting feeling. It is a phase where you choose to fall in love with your dad. He is going to have the same paternalistic nature and try to control each and every action. In addition, he would limit your freedom and would want everything to go according to his wishes.

A relationship with the dad (Pexels)
A relationship with the dad (Pexels)

He would disguise his controlling or rather dominating behavior as a way to express his love. But, in a relationship, your boyfriend should share the romantic moment with you and not impose his wishes on you. Unless you are comfortable with dating a person, who would remind you of your father, you should steer away from falling for this guy.

The Dad (Pexels)
The Dad (Pexels)

2. The Rebel

This tortured and damaged being might seem appealing at first with an enigma around him. But, underneath this mysteriousness and stoicism is just another person who is lost and struggling to find his way in the world. In all seriousness if you are considering falling for this guy then make sure he is stable and responsible.

The rebel (Pexels)
The rebel (Pexels)

Getting into a relationship might seem exciting at first, but in due course of time the excitement will wear off and reality will strike you. He would deny all requests and demands wanting everything to his way, which would transform it into a one-sided relationship and a toxic one for you.

A toxic relationship (Pexels)
A toxic relationship (Pexels)

3. The Pretending Good Guy

This guy is like a chameleon who adapts to the surroundings and by far the trickiest guy you can date. Initially, he would come off as the fairytale princes you would want to spend the rest of your life with, but underneath that shell, there is a man putting up a façade to portray himself as the prince charming.

Pretentious nice guy (Pexels)
Pretentious nice guy (Pexels)

He is the kind of guy you can take home to meet your parents and also in a public situation he would put on the farce, when the two of you are alone he is completely a different person. He does not have a distinct personality of his own since he is bound by being what other people want him to be.

You understand the person only when the mask is off (Pexels)
You understand the person only when the mask is off (Pexels)

4. The Hero

There is a fairytale designed for women that a knight in shining armor would save the damsel in distress. Similar to this story there is a guy who is the hero and considers himself to be supreme and the savior of all. You need to watch out for this kind of guy because the care and support are deceptive since he perceives you as somebody who needs to be saved all the time and soon the initial phase of romance will fade away. 

The Hero (Pexels)
The Hero (Pexels)

Another degree of this personality is the hero who would do everything for you and you would not have to do anything for yourself. This would make you dependent on him and the autonomy in the relationship is lost. It is good to date a guy who is supportive and helpful for when you stumble, but you should not date a guy who does not do everything for you.

Source: Pexels
Source: Pexels

5. The Corporate Salve

This guy would only bring his bucks to the table and nothing else. Of course, you can keep yourself busy with all the fancy things he is able to buy for you, but once the material joy of things is sapped out of the relationship there would nothing left in the relationship to cherish.

In a relationship with a workaholic (Pexels) 
In a relationship with a workaholic (Pexels) 

This man would be bound to his office or cubicle that is home, which makes him completely ignore his relationship. Work is his top priority and under no circumstance will he change for the relationship. It is imperative to date somebody who understands you on a deeper level and supports you for your endeavors, but this guy is too work-oriented to do that.

Work-Oriented (Pexels)
Work-Oriented (Pexels)

6. The Immature One

He is stuck in a maturity loop where he refuses to mature and characterized by every irresponsible thing a person can do. He finds it funny to constantly joke around, play video games and put no efforts to become financially stable. He has no inclination to have a stable relationship and functions as though he emotionally and mentally did not graduate from college

Constantly fighting with the immature boyfriend (Pexels)
Constantly fighting with the immature boyfriend (Pexels)

He is the kind of guy who would take things personally and make it a point to blame every mistake or problem on you. Rationality is not one of his strong suits and making decisions is the hardest for him since he has a scatterbrain. Any discussion or argument with him would make you want to punch him in the face. 

Constantly wanting to punch him in the face (Pexels) 
Constantly wanting to punch him in the face (Pexels) 

7. The Seductive Master

He is the most lucrative type to fall for, but you need to identify that he is not a one-woman man. Falling for this guy bounds to an eventual heartbreak and soon you would realize that he has nothing else to offer other than physical intimacy. He would find opportunities to seduce every other woman and make advances towards them. Unless you are willing to share your man with another woman stay away from the smooth talker.

The seductive master (Pexels)
The seductive master (Pexels)

There are different types of guys who possess varied qualities. There are guys who are well-balanced and matured through their experiences and are looking for a stable relationship. Finding a middle ground between when looking for your guy who fulfills all your expectations can save you a lot of time from recuperating from a toxic relationship. Conversations and discussion are one of the key tools that can help you discover the person's personality and uncover all the layers of pretense that your guy puts up. The above criteria are the few evident ones, but there are a few that are more subtle, but mentally taxing. Watch out for these types of guys and choose wisely.

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