7 Distinct Signs You’re Dating Someone Who’s Completely Wrong For You

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1. You aren’t fully yourself

When you’re with this person, you feel like you have a filter over your personality. You try to be the person you think your significant other wants to be with, even if that doesn’t quite match the person you naturally are.

2. Your senses of humor clash

Either you’re perpetually unamused by his sense of humor or vice versa. You’ve tried endlessly to enjoy his jokes, but it’s a lost cause.

3. You don’t get along with each other’s friends

Your vibe attracts your tribe. If you can’t stand the people he surrounds himself with, what does that say about him? And if he finds your best friends annoying and overbearing, where does he fit into your life?

4. You lack any similar interests

You and your partner aren’t expected to share every hobby, but it’s nice to have at least one part of life you can enjoy together. If your idea of a good time is spent outdoors and he’s content with enclosing himself in his bedroom with his beloved TV, he may not be the one for you.

5. You can’t control your wandering eye

It’s normal to envision Zac Efron in your bed and occasionally flirt with strangers, but if you find yourself constantly fantasizing about people other than the one you’re with, there may be a bigger issue. If you loved him, you wouldn’t feel uncontrollably attracted to other people.

6. You can’t trust him

Similarly, there may be a problem if you’re paranoid that he’s going to cheat on you in ever spare minute of your absence. It may be because you don’t think you’re good enough for him, or you subconsciously know the two of you aren’t right for each other so you expect him to find someone else.

7. You don’t see him in your future

You enjoy his company right now, but when you imagine yourself in five years, he’s just… not there. Why drag the relationship out if you know it won’t last longer than the present? Let him go. The love of your life could be waiting for you. TC mark

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