15 Warning Signs 🚨 You Need to Watch πŸ‘€ for to Know if πŸ€” He's Just Using You πŸ–•πŸΌ ...


Some signs he is using you can be right out in the open, but you might not know it!

If you have a feeling that he is using you, it might not be a healthy relationship to be in.

Below, I've got the top signs he is using you for your money, for sex or even just for a place to crash.

Ladies, you deserve better than just someone using you!

1. You Pay Every Time You Go out


Even though the guy is supposed to pay in the beginning, you constantly find yourself paying for every single thing when you two go out.

Does that seem to be the case with your relationship?

That's definitely one of the top signs he is using you.

While it's okay to split the bill, you shouldn't constantly be pulling your wallet out to pay all of the time.

He's Only Available when He Needs Something from You


"Even though the guy is supposed to pay" Seriously?
Judes Viskoe-King
Was this article written for a 15 year old? It's like a pop-up book of generalizations.
Sounds like marriage from a males point of view!
Heather Jensen
Hi Terry! What was that? You -- ate his wallet?
Heather Jensen
Hi Thatcher! I do definitely agree that if you reverse the article, it sounds like a common relationship, but truthfully, I do think that everything should be split at least 50/50 most of the time -- if not, why be in a relationship if you are always the giver or always the taker? I've seen guys that use a girl in this way before, they use her for everything that she is worth and then leave her for the next girl -- it's not right. I've also seen girls do the exact same thing and that isn't right either. Thanks for the great comment and for the insight!
Thatcher's Iron Stiletto
Reverse the sexes in your article a sec and read it back. Sounds a lot more common relationship than the way you have it. Also what is wrong with a relationship where one partner is financially dependant on the other? Often it can be a lot smarter for partners to specialise in providing something to the relationship, play to their strengths, instead of having everything split 50/50 effort down the middle. It might not fit into the conformist modern picture of an ideal relationship ideal that rags like this and other liberal wonks like to portray as something everybody should aspire to. It requires thinking and working it out for yourselves. That's one of the joys of life. Go out and live it.
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