Do not marry a man who has any of the following 7 habits

Everyone has some sort of problem, and no one can be perfect. Finding Mr. Right is a journey that few people complete with flying colors. However, it is critical that you ensure that he does not have these 7 habits, as doing so will result in disaster in the long run.

Promise breaker

If he makes a lot of promises but never keeps them, it’s time to reconsider this man. Once or twice is forgivable, but an everyday scenario like this is not. Such men are most likely making a fool of you!


Where are you? Eat this, wear that, walk like this. … you get the idea. These types of questions may appear nice at first because you interpret them as caring, but they will suffocate you in the long run. Are you sure you want to be with a man who tries to control you?

Secondary treatment

Giving, receiving, and sharing are the foundations of all relationships, and they must be equal. If a man does not believe in two-way traffic, he should be removed from your life because everyone deserves better, a partner who is there for them through thick and thin. After your parents, you should be at the top of the priority list.

Overplaying “sorry”

He repeatedly makes the same mistake and apologizes. Sorry is not a comma or a full stop, but rather an emotion that must be felt and acted upon in order to avoid repeating the same mistake. If he continues to do so, you should consider your future with such a soul and reconsider your relationship.

Your opinions are “moo” points to him

We all have egos, but if your opinion means nothing to him and is treated as “moo point,” as Joey in “Friends” puts it, then reconsider. Your opinion should always be valued by him. He does not have to agree to all of them, but if he never agrees to any of them and instead tries to humiliate you during “discussions” and fights for his own, please respect your own dignity.


There are pathological liars in the world, so having a relationship with them is like inviting unnecessary stress. White lies are acceptable, but constant lying about the smallest details is a major red flag.


We all want to hold a warm hand that cares every now and then, but if he expects you to be with him 24 hours a day, acts like a baby when you’re with your friends, tries to fit himself into your family time, me time, mother and daughter time, and so on, please talk to him. Talk to him about how he is invading your space and being clingy. If he works on it and improves, that’s fine; otherwise, please stop because being clingy is not normal.


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