Three Types of Guys that you should not Have a Relationship With

thebreakupAlmost every girl dreams of having the perfect relationship. We all want to meet our very own prince charming. We are even willing to look beyond their flaws in hopes that he just may change in the future. There is nothing wrong with supporting your man but here are three types that you need to let go.


Mr. Jealousy

Most dangerously jealous relationships begin with minor signs that make us feel special. You may think that it is really cute to see him get so upset because he sees someone else checking you out. However, this is a big red flag. There is nothing wrong with having an admirer as long as that admirer does not approach you. Eventually, Mr. Jealousy will start accusing you of having affairs with other people and he will begin to isolate you from others. And who wants to sit at home playing online games on all day?


Mr. Bully

Many women love a take charge kind of guy. Having an alpha male does not mean that he should feel the need to control others, including you, by showing aggression. This guy may lose his temper easily, he may yell or curse you and he may even grab or push you. When it comes to an abusive relationship, there is no viable reason for him to be aggressive with you. If you are afraid that he may physically harm you, it is time to listen to your gut and run!


Mr. Duplicity

There are many different theories when it comes to infidelity. Some say, once a cheater always a cheater while others say anyone can change. If you have forgiven him once for cheating, keep in mind that he will only do what you allow him to do. If there are no real consequences to him having another woman, why should he stop?

Are you Burned Out?

In today’s society, it is all too common to find the average person coping with burnout. At work, home, in relationships, it all adds up to doing too much with too little. Here are few ways to beat the burnout blues.

Take Note of your Attitude

overworked_burnoutAre you cranky? Snarky to someone who has pushed that last button, or gotten on that last nerve? Go for a walk, or take a break to reset your mental and emotional mood. Spend some time outside, if possible in sunlight, to help improve your mood.

“Should” Isn’t a Command

Do you find yourself saying, “I should do this” instead of taking that much needed break? Do not get caught in the trap of doing everything on the To-Do-list, before you can take that walk in a park? Unless it is life-threatening, there is nothing that can’t wait for a 10-minute recharge, like having a cup of coffee, playing a round at of pokies or reading that great book you have been pushing away for weeks.  This is a good rule when dealing with emotions and feelings.

Make NO your favorite word

Do you over commit to activities or work projects? Find yourself saying yes to everything thrown your way by the boss, your coworkers, and the school? Make a 2-letter word your new best friend, and burnout will stay away. Saying NO to a project is another way to limit the stress and burnout that comes from over committing yourself.

Make burnout a thing of the past and above all, do not neglect yourself. A half day of pampering yourself goes a long way in distressing your life. Using these tools will make it easier for you to cope with all life has to throw at you.