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Never marry a man who has these eleven habits

To marry a man who is the exact opposite of your fantasy Mr. Right would be great folly. Imagine that you are married to a man who believes that you are not worthy of wonderful things, does not like to be seen with you and thinks of you as nothing more than his wife. Isn’t it like the worst dream ever?

Take some time before you fall in love, and first decide if the person you’re interested in is worth your time, love, and life. Even if you’ve dated the guy, you know him so well! Follow these 15 habits, if he has most of them, then stay away from him.

narrow minded
The idea of ​​spending your entire life with a guy who isn’t open minded seems like a nightmare. You don’t want to be with someone for the rest of your life who stops you from doing all the normal things just because they’re afraid of things going wrong or they don’t trust you.

Any man with this kind of negativity has the full potential to ruin your life. It is better to part with such a man than to regret marrying him.

Commas Promises:
A small mistake or a forgotten mind can be excused sometimes, and even a big promise, if broken once in a blue moon, can be forgiven too, but if the frequency of broken promise increases evidently, it’s time for some cleaning and washing.

If he nods forcefully while making vows and breaks easily on those days just afterwards, he obviously means he’s cheating on you. This is not a good relationship to be in when you refuse that promise and find a keeper.

Hates animals
Anyone who hates animals is himself an animal. He lacks empathy! Having an allergy is a different matter, but hating animals is out of the question.

If you had to choose between a man who hates animals or your pet. Always choose your pet. Guys who hate animals just because they are animals are not worth your time.

Relationship rules mean nothing to him:
The guy loves to play in the wild, which is not a good sign. You tell to do nothing and he does exactly the same. Not only does he disrespect you, but he completely ignores the rules of the relationship.

Every relationship has some ground rules that should naturally be followed by both partners, but if he gets out of line time and time again without heeding your concerns about them, he’s totally unworthy of marriage. Sheer disrespect should never be appreciated or given a second chance.

Gives you a secondary treatment:
It gets messy when one of them is more into the relationship than the other. It starts to fall apart because it’s all about giving and taking, sharing and receiving, just like Joey said. So, if you’re the one who goes all out for the relationship while he’s sleeping peacefully and doing absolutely nothing, then that means you don’t mean to him what he means to you.

There is no point in making such empty contact, so don’t marry the guy who gives you the secondary treatment when you deserve to be the number one priority.

He has no epiphany moments:
A man who constantly believes that everything he does is absolutely right and that his decisions can never be wrong needs a reality check. In fact, it is permissible and should not be to force someone to change for you.

But a person must realize his mistakes and be ready to make changes in himself accordingly for the good. If he never experiences any moments of epiphany and never suspects anything he does, then his harmful behavior may be harmful to you as well.

Keeps the fights alive:
Fights are fine, even healthy, but not if they never end. It’s perfectly okay to express your opinions in front of your partner even if they disagree and it’s okay to have a discussion from two different points of view.
However, if he never agrees to settle a decision and isn’t willing to let you keep your opinion, then he’s the problem. Both people involved must respect each other’s differences. If he likes the opposite and keeps fights alive, then you need to walk away.

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