Is He A Loser: You Maybe Dating A Loser?

by suzy

Signs Youre Dating A Loser Is He A Loser: You Maybe Dating A Loser?

The Big 'L' = Loserville

Are you wondering: “Am I Dating A Loser?”

OMG girl you’ve come to the right place.

Short And Sweet Answer: Yes He’s A Loser

If you are asking the question, ‘is he a loser’, then your answer is probably yes.

Otherwise, you would not be questioning your feelings.

The key is to understand there are many versions of this type of man that really doesn’t have your back when it come to love and relationships.

Are you dating a deadbeat?

This guy is like a parasite that exists by what he can take from you.

A word of warning: Don’t underestimate this freeloader; in this relationship, he will take all you have until you have no more to give.

He will leave you emotionally, physically and financially drained.

Are you in a relationship with a loser who is a down and outer?

Signs You’re Dating A Loser

 Is He A Loser: You Maybe Dating A Loser?

One of the Signs Youre Dating A Loser is this dude has all the reasons of why he is in the predicament he’s in (and it’s never his fault).

He complains about having to dodge the bill collectors because it is not his fault that he can’t pay the bills.

He is just going through a streak of bad luck.

Watch out for this con man, after you have paid for everything and bailed him out, this character will still be down and out.

That is the characteristic of this man er… low life, is that he will never change.

Perhaps you are involved with the type of bum that is really good at being a failure.

Some might call him lazy and that is the reason he can’t get anywhere in life. He looks to others to take care of the everyday responsibilities in life.

 Is He A Loser: You Maybe Dating A Loser?

He tells you he is really trying to get his act together and pay his own way but there is no change in his behavior.

Actions speak louder than words, so look at the reality not the so called promise.

However, here is a more important question to you.

Why are you wasting your time and energy with this poor excuse of a man?

This problem is not about the jerk you are with, rather it is about you and why you are with him. If this is your situation than you need to listen up and take stock of yourself.

Look at it this way.

If you have children and they see you in this type of relationship, then what message are you giving them?

They are suffering for your lack of respect for yourself.
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You owe your kids better than this, right?

You need to gather your strength and courage and dump this guy now to protect your offspring from following in your footsteps as adults.

You need to ask yourself if you deserve better than what you have settled for.

Explore the ways to build up your self esteem so you can believe in yourself and value the person you are. You know that you deserve better than what you are accepting in your life.

So don’t focus on, I’m Dating A Loser‘ orIs He A Loser,’ rather focus on you’re the loser if you stay with this scum bag.

Get ah movin girl… you can do this.

If you are with a loser, kick that boy to the curb.

You’ll thank me later.

Suzy Weiss

P.S. Got a story about a dead beat boyfriend? Tell me about it in the comments below.

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Corinna February 5, 2012 at 8:37 PM

I was with a person like you mentioned…a loser. All of my friends told me from the get go to get rid of him. He moved in after only 1 month. I did everything I could to make him happy, but it wasnt enough. I was cleaned out financially, emotionally and mentally. He insisted on walking all over me and doing what he wanted. There were good times but I think they were mostly good for him. My daughter hated him and hates him still. I helped him out so much with everything I had. It was a waste, but I learned what I dont want and what I dont want my daughter to see or experience. A little late in life but I learned a painful lesson. He was 10 years younger than me and exhibited all of the signs from the get go. He stood me up 3 times in the first month…and I begged, BEGGED for more. I have no self esteem or its very low. I have daddy issues from my childhood I think.

suzy February 6, 2012 at 11:39 AM

Hi Corinna, I know the pain and heartache you are feeling after this kind of experience, it feels devastating. And of course your self esteem has plummeted and your confidence is gone. But as you say, you “learned a painful lesson” and that is the key for moving on. Life is all about lessons, some more painful than others, but the good news is you won’t have to repeat this lesson again. The healthy way out of this is to really focus on self discovery.

This is the time to spend on learning all about you. Why you make the decisions you make and get really clear about what you expect and want from life. What happened is in the past and yesterdays news. Your challenge is to move beyond this and discover how to find the relationship you deserve to have. Easier said than done? True, but you’re worth the time and effort to discover the powerful woman you really are. Everyone brings baggage to relationships, whether it’s “daddy issues” as you mentioned or other issues. The answer is to get clear on who you are before you become a we. If you want some help in moving on look at my blogs for more information. Also check out my program that takes you through that whole process of self discovery all the way through to making the right choices in relationships. Let me know if you have any questions or if I can be of any other help to you.

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