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The ultimate deal-breakers of dating

The ultimate deal-breakers of dating

Ever wondered why some times connections are so easy to find, while they don’t materialise with some people you meet? It is all a thing of perspective and not about any particular person. Dating is not as easy as it seems, even if casual, and has its own dos and don’ts. Read on to find out.

Listed below are the most common deal-breakers people encounters.

Lack of punctuality

It is simple. If he/she can’t value your time and arrive not-so fashionably late, it can make you feel horrible. Waiting for long for somebody to reach the venue while you are thinking of striking connect is a big no. Those who can’t manage time might let you down in future also.

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No sense of personal hygiene

Whether you consciously notice it or not, this is an obvious turn-off. Whether they wash hands after using restroom, or if they’re neat, tidy and well-kempt, go a long way in creating bonds between like-minded people. Don’t underestimate the power of smelling great, yours and theirs.

Little or no respect for your sexuality

If you are fine with your date’s sexuality or orientation, then only proceed. What sometimes intrigues people is how they are not treated fairly because of their not adhering to your set assumptions. Don’t worry if your tattoo is not girly or your hair is not straight, you should go for somebody who respects you for who you are. And anyway, you don’t need their stamp of approval to be yourself.

No intellectual connect

Remember, anybody who is willing to spend time with an unknown person expects some sort of intellectual engagement. You can’t just get away with talking about weather, there has to be an intelligent and thoughtful side to you as well. It is a major turn-off for some persons if they can’t strike an intelligent conversation while dating.

Personal and family values

It is okay to be casual about your family or personal life, but if the other person is looking for a serious long-term relationship, your disrespecting or mocking your family is a big no-no. Don’t judge someone simply because they don’t get along well with their parents or siblings, but it might be a deal breaker for some, who feel that their need of finding a polite, complete and thorough gentleman is not being fulfilled.

Billy N. Roberge

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