11 Signs He’s Not The One For You

When you’re dating someone, it’s important to know whether or not the person you’re with is a good match or if they are someone who is soaking up your time and energy without any real future or commitment. Have you ever wondered if the person you’re dating or your current long-time partner is actually the one for you? Of course, you have! Just about everyone has had that thought cross their mind when they’re in an intimate relationship. Here are 11 helpful signs that will bring you clarity when realizing the person you’re seeing just isn’t the right match for you.

  1. You can’t relax when you’re around him. Your nerves run wild and you feel incredibly anxious. There is a disconnection from the peaceful zen you should be feeling when you’re with the person who is right for you.

  2. You feel anxiety even when you think about him and he’s not around.

  3. He puts you down and belittles you rather than building you up and making you feel confident about yourself. He adds to your insecurity and makes comments to manipulate you into thinking he is better than you are just so he can feel better about himself.

  4. You aren’t excited about introducing him to your friends. The exact reason could be unknown but subconsciously you dread having to experience any kind of social even involving him and your friends.

  5. You cling to your independence at every chance you get and just the thought of planning a future together does not excite you or even interest you in the slightest. You keep coming up with excuses to prolong the discussion of moving in together or getting married.

  6. The idea of having a boyfriend is more thrilling than actually embracing him as your boyfriend.

  7. You two don’t have fluid communication and you feel yourself having to force laughter everytime he attempts to crack a joke. It feels unnatural and frustrating trying to keep the conversation going.

  8. The sex is not rhythmic. You both have different expectations to which you both are unable or unwilling to meet in the middle and you ultimately don’t feel it


    be satisfying. In fact, you don’t even desire him sexually. The thought of even being in bed with him makes you cringe a bit.

  9. You have completely different preferences on how you’d like to spend your downtime and you aren’t willing to compromise because you simply do not like this person enough to give up any of your interests, hobbies, or personal alone time to be with them.

  10. You find yourself looking at other people when you’re with them rather than focusing solely on them and giving them your undivided attention. When you find the right person for you, you won’t want to take your eyes off of them.

  11. He doesn’t listen to you intently. Instead, he speaks


    you and interrupts when you try and say anything. Yeah, totally rude.

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