Before you start seriously dating someone, you need to take the time to figure out if he really is a good match for you, or if you have just been turning a blind eye to some tell-tale, ominous signs. One of the quickest ways to gauge a man’s character is to see how he interacts with strangers.
Here are the top ten things that you should know about a guy before you start dating him. Your job is to collect all the data and come up with an informed decision based on your findings. It doesn’t matter how much of a gentlemen he is towards you if he can’t be a decent human being to others.
Some women will spend days preparing ahead of time for a set date with a possible fling.
While some women will prepare ahead of time, others won’t prepare at all.
Here are the top 10 things us females do wrong, sometimes without knowing. Sometimes you think that you know the person you’re on a date with, but maybe something unexpected comes up and you’re completely thrown off by the guy. Women often like to pretend that they are still interested in the guy even though they really aren’t.
Telling the truth during the dating stage is very important. This mistake may not be as common, but I’ve definitely heard my share of girls that have done it.
While it’s chivalrous that he pulls out your chair at dinner, stands up when you enter a room and helps you with your coat, this is less about noticing how he treats you and more about noticing how he treats others.
It seems like you may have finally found your soul mate – the person who will stick by your side through good times and bad times, through sickness and health.
One could argue that it is, therefore, a great time to be single.
Note: we recognize that this list is more geared toward being young-and-single than old-and-single – that might be a list for another day. We started by looking at places where there are plenty of singles to choose from, so we looked at the percentage of unmarried people, the percentage of the population in prime marriageable age, places where large percentages are living alone – that’s all Census data.
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