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The 5 Types of Men You Should Avoid

Updated on March 16, 2018

All men are the same. They are all liars. If you catch yourself speaking these words, you should break that bad habit. Spot the bad guys and avoid them. Wait for Mr. Right!

According to experts, there are the 5 types of men you should avoid because they will make you suffer.

1. Narcissists

Narcissism is the habit of always admiring yourself. Narcissists are living more in their imagination than the real world. They believe they are the best.

Be careful because narcissists are charming. You can fall in love with them quickly. As you fall in love with this type of men, they will play games with you. They will leave you without regrets if they find a new girl. Narcissists get bored after a while.

2. Insecure Men

Insecure men have problems with confidence. They are wearing masks because of hiding their low self-confidence. Would you like to become their therapist? Maybe they don't need your help. Avoid this type of men before you get into trouble.

If an insecure man realizes he can lose you, he will try to find love with someone else. He doesn't want a beautiful and intelligent woman because of his low self-confidence.

If you are in a relationship with the insecure man, you are in big trouble. Do you enjoy attracting trouble? If you enjoy it, then here you go. Help yourself!

3. Selfish Men

A selfish man doesn’t care about your feelings. He doesn’t value your time, effort, or emotional needs.

When you are in a relationship with the selfish man, he will extract your love and affection. If he stops giving you love back, you will feel unappreciated and miserable.

Selfish men don't know how to love. You deserve someone who will care about you.

4. Manipulative Men

Manipulative men you must avoid. They are the worst types of men. If you feel your self-confidence decreases, you are in a relationship with a manipulative boyfriend. He will try to convince you that nobody loves you, and you can rely only on him. He wants to keep you in line.

Sometimes we won’t spot a manipulative boyfriend. We will try to make various excuses for his behavior. We should listen to other’s advice. If nobody likes your boyfriend, something is wrong with him. You should break up with him. Save yourself on time!

5. Emotionally Unavailable Men

If you meet someone who tells you he didn’t forget his ex-girlfriend, believe him. Don't try to comfort someone! Respect yourself!

If you meet someone who is talking bad about women, avoid him. You won't change his opinion about women.

Stop lying to yourself! You can’t change someone who doesn’t want to change. Don’t even try to change emotionally unavailable men!

We can’t force other people to love us. We can do everything for someone, but sometimes it won’t be enough. Maybe it is not the right time for love. One day years from now, it will be the right time.

It isn't easy to live with uncertainty. Don’t you believe you deserve someone who will love you right now? Emotionally unavailable men are not the type of men ready for serious relationships.

An emotionally unavailable man
An emotionally unavailable man

As a Conclusion

Spot these 5 types of men before they hurt you. If they try to seduce you, you must run away without regrets! Don’t wait for them to change.

You can't save or change anyone, but you can change yourself.

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      dashingscorpio 5 weeks ago

      For Whatever reason; the truth is women are actually ATTRACTED to all 5 of these types of men!

      A lot of women love "challenges". :)

      You could put such a woman in a room with 5 guys and have four of them drop to their knees extending their heart out towards her while the 5th guy sits in a corner sipping on a cocktail acting as if she does not exist. That will be the guy she wants to get to know!

      She sees him as a mystery, a challenge, and needs to prove to herself that she could "win him over" especially if other women want him. It's as if they live by the following motto:

      "We ignore those who adore us and adore those who ignore us."

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      dashingscorpio 5 weeks ago

      Narcissists appear to represent all of these including "Insecure Men", "They are wearing masks because of hiding their low self-confidence." Essentially they need "fans" to worship and praise them.

      However the men are not really the problem for these women.

      For some reason a lot of women are attracted to narcissist and "type A" or Alpha male personalities. Gangsters, "bad boys" millionaires/billionaires, athletes, celebrities, bosses/leaders in all fields of endeavors rarely have a difficult time finding women who want to be with them.

      I believe there are numerous reasons for this.

      Some women value themselves according to who {their man} is.

      Dating the "Captain or Quarterback of the football team" in high school made them feel special. A narcissist always initially seems like a guy who is "going places", confident, and is admired by others. Therefore if (he) is special and chooses to date (her) that means she must also be "special".

      (Every guy wants to "be him" and every woman wants to date or be married to him) is the mindset.

      Even men are attracted to narcissists. An entourage or hangers on is nothing more than a group of guys who want to be known as "friends" of the guy who is going places or has made his mark.

      Lots of books and articles have been written about how to identify narcissists or how to avoid them.

      However until people stop feeling the (need) to be with people who are in the "spotlight" in order (to feel good about themselves) no book or article will make a difference. Generally people have to become fed up with narcissists in order to move on.

      Last but not least (we) as a society create narcissists!

      Whether it's parents, friends, teachers, the press, or audiences who praise and continue to praise them from an early age at some point they start to {believe their own hype}. The word "Diva" is often attached to female narcissists in the entertainment industry.

      It's probably a challenge to remain "humble" when so many people seem to want to kiss one's ass. A narcissist gets his power from those who shower praise upon him. Odds are very few narcissists have ever experienced being slammed with put downs, bullied, not chosen for teams on the playground, or seen as a social outcast.

      No child is born a narcissist.

      Idolization by others creates narcissists.

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