How to stop dating a guy

04 Dec

Here’s why: NO MORE NEEDY VIBE THAT PUSHES MEN AWAYWhen you have all your hopes and dreams wrapped up in any one guy, it’s natural to fear losing him…and losing you.You become obsessed with every phone call, jump when he says jump, and change from the attractive, interesting woman who intrigued him into someone needy and clingy he feels pressured to check in with.He reads a lot of science fiction and watches Star Trek (). ”“Oh…well, currently he works as a server, but he took a lot of astronomy classes in high school. I know if you gave him a chance you’d realize he’s the perfect fit! If this situation were to play out in real life, the poor girl would get laughed out of the restaurant, or you’d be wondering in what level of delusion she currently lives. It’s like they’re trying to justify a 2-star hotel for being a 2-star hotel.Just because you, I, and everyone else on Earth might have the “potential” to become an astronaut doesn’t mean we’re going to be one. While they may not use the word “potential,” they’ll justify actions, behaviors, or nuances that most of us would find alarming (more on that in a second). Two-star hotels are supposed to have clean sheets, HBO, locks on the door, and a shower that works.Often they’ll try and convince a friend or family member that the guy they’re dating has some great qualities. But they’re still a little sketchy, and that’s why they’re lower priced.

All I'm saying is that you should stay far, far away from this guy.

You will never be able to feel comfortable at his place and the situation can just be messy.

You dated this guy in high school to piss off your parents and prove how cool you were.

“I think he has prime potential to be an astronaut for NASA.”Intrigued, you ask why.

She explains that ever since he was a little boy, he loved rocket ships and outer space. Where’d he go to school and what’s he doing these days?