Top three types of men to avoid on a blind date
Monday was Rose Day, a day on which couples exchanged roses as tokens of their love. But just because a man buys roses for a lady, it does not mean he is a prince charming. Those who keep on top of anniversaries like Rose Day can also be the ones who hurt their girlfriends.
Daks Club, a marriage match agency, has categorized the top three types of men to avoid after surveying 70 “couple managers,” or relationship consultants.
1. A man who does not introduce his girlfriend to family and friends
The worst men to date are those who do not introduce their lovers to family and close friends. This group was identified by 32.5 percent of couple managers.
A woman of marriageable age should ‘be suspicious’ of her boyfriend if he delays introducing her to his friends. It does not matter how well he treats her when they are together. The absence of introductions means he is having second thoughts about marrying her.
A woman should reconsider her choice of a man who does not let her meet his family and friends, according to couple managers.
2. A man who tells his parents everything
Women should also beware of men who are excessively attached to their parents.
As many as 24.5 percent of couple managers agreed that anything more than a light exchange of opinions with parents is too much when it comes to relationships. If the man passes everything by his parents, like a simple decision or a date course, his girlfriend may need to check the relationship over with a critical eye.
If his parents’ opinions influence everything, the post-marital relationship with them will be stressful, warned couple managers.
3. A man who gets intimate too fast
The last type to avoid is a man who gets intimate too fast. A couple of marriageable age can express love through physical affection. However, if a man takes things too fast, the female partner needs to slow things down.
If the man tries to force himself on her despite protests or expresses anger when stopped, the woman needs to rethink the relationship. Men and women may have different opinions on how fast or slow to take the relationship, but if he continues to push the relationship at his pace, married life will be problematic.
“Love may cloud your judgment, but if you see signs of the above, you must reconsider,” said Choi Eun-su, consultant team manager.
“Not everyone you meet will be the right person for you. You must learn to sift through suitors to find the perfect man,” Choi added. “It’s important to meet someone who fits your expectations, but be sure to check his personality and other qualities, too.”
And the warnings work both ways between the sexes. Men should also be aware of the three types above when choosing a wife.