7 Things That Can Turn Guys off ...


Maybe you’ve been through a failed relationship and are a little nervous going ahead, or you’ve just found someone wonderful and are looking forward to starting a happy spell with them. Either way, you might be looking to form some definite concept of gender differences and the potential problem zones of a relationship. One good place to start educating yourself is by learning to think the way guys do. In other words, be aware of the various things that can turn guys off. Here are 7 things that possibly fit in that category.

1. Being Too Possessive

A lot of women, who get deeply involved in their relationship, begin to believe that their partner belongs to them (just as they belong to their partner). In trying to cement and reinforce this bond, they start to ‘chase’ their guy around everywhere and involve themselves in everything he does.

Then there are other women who do the same out of anxiety and insecurity. In order not to lose their guy, they would never want to let him out of sight, would constantly shower him with love and attention and expect him to do the same. Either way, being too possessive is counter-productive. It is a big turn off for a guy, when a woman is constantly looking to him and doting over him.

This may sound a little clichéd, but try to treat guys a little like sand. The more tightly you try to hold them, the faster they are gong to slip out. Remember something: men like to chase; it is in their blood. They want to be the ones winning over their woman, so continue being a challenge for him, and he will stay hooked!

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Absolutely agree with you Jessica! It's better to teach him what works for you than go down the faking route. Thanks for reading!
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Good post, very well written! :D
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