Dating Tips: 7 Signs That Your Boyfriend May Not Be Mr. Right ...

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All but the most cynical among us hope that we will someday meet Mr Right.

He doesn´t have to be perfect, but he does have to be right for us.

However, there are certain dating tips that we should all bear in mind, as the path of true love is indeed frequently rather crooked.

What should we be looking out for?

Here are some important dating tips that may indicate a potential problem with your boyfriend …

1. Excuses

Obviously you have to trust your partner – if you don´t, then the relationship is doomed – but a warning sign that all may not be well is if he is constantly coming out with excuses.

Is he prone to cancelling dates, or does he always have a smart answer if you express concern about anything that bothers you?

There could be someone else in his life – or maybe you´re just not that important to him.

2. Unknown Quantity

An important dating tip is to remember that you should be a visible part of his life.

If you´ve been involved for a while, and you haven´t met his friends or any of his family, this should raise a warning flag.

If you mean enough to him to have a relationship with, then shouldn´t people know who you are and that you exist?

A friend of mine was kept as a secret, and that is just not respectful.

3. Lost Love

Another significant dating tip is that you should be his priority, since you´re the woman he´s dating now.

If your boyfriend is constantly talking about his ex and how wonderful she was, you could be forgiven for pointing out that she is not his girlfriend any more, and wondering if you can possibly live up to such a paragon!

4. Blame Game

Of course, there are the guys who are at the other extreme (and I´ve dated one of these).

Everything was the fault of his ex – that they broke up, whatever went wrong in his life, and things that she wasn´t even involved in.

Dump a guy like this – even though it means that the next woman in his life will be told that it was all your fault.

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