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Guys not worth dating

And she has a ton of guy friends—which is totally fine—but no girlfriends, because she “just doesn’t get along with girls,” or “girls think she’s a threat.” Give me a break. “A worthy partner has friends of both genders because she’s a good friend,” Clark says.

Some jealousy is understandable—but that doesn’t make it cute.

“Unless you’ve given her a reason to be worried, this is a very bad sign,” Clark says.

“Your partner should know you love them from how they feel when they’re with you—not what they see on Facebook,” Clark says.

You can say you’re sorry without admitting fault, but you’ve never heard her utter an apology.

“If you feel like there is some unspoken quota of gestures or behaviors you must meet to win her affection, she’s not really interested in you,” Clark explains.

A relationship is a partnership, and nobody should be keeping score.

She’s nice and then not-so-much—and it’s always your fault. “Some women have been socialized to believe that they have to torment a man before he’ll value her, says Judith A.

Swack, a relationship specialist at the Boston Center for Adult Education.

“If you fight a lot and feel irritable, drained, defensive, and never good enough, she’s not for you,” says Swack. “When the first thing out of her mouth is a complaint, [you] begin to dread what she has to say," adds Feeling like Superman can be a rush, but it’s not your job to save her from her own problems.

“If you meet someone who acts helpless, needy, and dependent, or is wounded or mentally ill, she needs support and therapy,” says Swack. Biologically, human beings bond for life,” says Swack.

But other issues prove to be more problematic, like ”if you have different religions and this can't be reconciled, or if you have different ways of managing money and expenses,” says Alpert, who insists these dissimilarities can lead to complications.