Dating a jerk

We spent a passionate week together, and when I left town, I thought I was leaving behind a new long-distance boyfriend—one who, it turned out, didn't like to call or e-mail..I thought our fling was the start of a relationship; he thought it was a fling, period. I would fall for a brilliant guy with an irresistible smile who never quite fell for me but who possessed all the qualities I liked in a man: a sense of humor, certified smarts, smoldering looks.He'd raised a considerate daughter who shared his quirky sense of humor.My friends told me I'd totally scored, finding a smart, handsome, 6'4" man who adored me.

dating a jerk-44

Surprisingly, given how kind he was, I didn't want to stop kissing him.

If that's not possible, spend as little time with the dude as possible.

Great excuse to have a white wine-soaked girls night!

Remind her that she's been a lot more secure in other relationships--with, y'know, good guys.

She might say she's the happiest she's ever been, but if she's crying over him all the time and constantly feeling like she has to be winning him over, that's not very healthy.

Leave a Reply