Check out these signs that might help you figure out if you're dating a loser…Before we start, it's important to clarify what we mean by “loser.”We aren't talking about a “nerd” loser, like someone who knows all the letters in the alphabet and who has probably been plotting to kill us for years of torment in high school.No, we are talking about those degenerate, unemployed, starter-cap wearing, no-hope bums who still live at home with their parents, yet inexplicably manage to date hot girls.Unfortunately, in these situations it almost never works to come right out and complain.Even if you can recite ten or fifteen specific times when he’s acted like a real jerk, doing everything from spoiling family functions to wrecking her credit history, you’ll probably find she’s got a pack of rationalizations to counter all of them. So stay cool, respect her feelings – and if you care about her at all, keep the door open on your side. And even when my girls would confront me about my bizarre relationship choices, I usually wouldn't do anything about it. ”For some reason, this is especially true today, when it's difficult to even distinguish what dating is or define what kind of behavior is acceptable and what is not.
The loved ones want to understand the situation and ask for recommendations and guidance.Why do they still like thirst traps of other people on Instagram? Dating boundaries can drive you crazy if you don't know what you stand for. It's always tricky when you see someone your friend is dating still on a dating app. Here’s some advice on how to help your friend dump that chump and get out of the situation that’s holding back her happiness.Stating the Facts Won’t Help Have you ever watched a horror movie and screamed, “Don’t open that door! It never works—the heroine always walks through the obviously dangerous door, right smack-dab into the carnivorous birds or league of zombies.If you’re dating a ‘loser’, you may recognize in your partner some of these characteristics described by Consulting Clinical Psychologist Joseph M. This article continues with a note on dangerous versions of the ‘loser’ and offers guidelines for detachment.