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Knowing when not to compromise in a relationship

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Becaus of our different personalities and experiences, we can tolerate different things and are willing to accept our partners flaws and all... but we all have that ONE thing that we absolutely can not accept in a partner. Deal-breakers become more evident in the long-term as you would have to decide whether or not you are willing to put up with that particular habit in the long run. A common deal-breaker in relationships is POOR HYGIENE! imagine dating someone that only showered once in a while or brushed their teeth every third day?? Eeeuw!
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What is your ultimate deal-breaker in a relationship?
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Not showering as often as I do is definitely a deal breaker for me. When I was young, I actually joked with my friends that if I can't kiss a guy because I don't think he brushes his teeth often enough, there's no point in dating him. Lol.
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Religion is a deal breaker for me. I've tried being in a relationship with someone from another religion. It was disastrous!
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A person who has no plans of settling down and having a family is not someone I would be interested in. I date for the purpose of finding a partner who I can raise a family with.
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A person with no sense of humour is the ultimate deal-breaker for me. I’m such an easy-going and fun person, I love laughing and cracking jokes and there is nothing worse than throwing out a great joke and have it fall on unfunny ears.
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A man who thinks a woman’s role is cleaning up after him is sadly mistaken. I would NEVER be able to put up with a guy like that, especially if he expects me to cook and clean after him. Imagine taking on all those wife-duties prematurely. No thank you!
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I would never stay with someone if he is a slob. I am a neat freak so when things get messed up, I get so annoyed I would seriously kick them out of my house.
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I don't want someone who doesn't have any goals in life. It's okay if he doesn't want a family or doesn't have a sense of humor. But if he has no aspirations, I wouldn't date him. If he just let the days go by without any accomplishment, it is such a turn off for me.
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If a man constantly thinks his problems are bigger than yours, or that his job is more important than yours, or that your life should come to halt because he needs something… deal-breaker. People that think the world revolves around them are so annoying
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Someone that cannot accept your privacy and has a constant habit of going through your text messages. My ex-boyiend used to do that all the time, pretty much why I ended things.
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Someone that cannot accept your privacy and has a constant habit of going through your text messages. My ex-boyiend used to do that all the time, pretty much why I ended things.
This sounds like someone who can't trust you. You did the right thing on ending things. Trust is key to a relationship, not having that is a deal breaker.
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If a man constantly thinks his problems are bigger than yours, or that his job is more important than yours, or that your life should come to halt because he needs something… deal-breaker. People that think the world revolves around them are so annoying
Oh, I hate egotistic man. I guess you can call me a bit of a feminist but I believe men and women are created equal. Both should be given respect and love. So yeah, this is a no-no for me.
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I don't want someone who doesn't have any goals in life. It's okay if he doesn't want a family or doesn't have a sense of humor. But if he has no aspirations, I wouldn't date him. If he just let the days go by without any accomplishment, it is such a turn off for me.
This is not something you can see with just a few dates. I, for one, don't like to share my life goals until later on in the relationship. You'd be missing out if you expect this early on in a relationship.
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Any man that doesn’t get along with your friends isn’t worth it, simple. Sisters before Misters.
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