Single people hate to hear it when others say there are plenty of fish in the sea, but it's totally true. With so many people comes a number of different personality types to deal with. If you're openly dating and looking for a partner, the variety can be refreshing. On the other hand, it can be annoying.
It's all good when you're just dating, but some personality types can make a person impossible to deal with in a relationship. Here are five types of people that you should definitely avoid when you're ready to settle down.
Disrespect in a relationship is something that shouldn't be tolerated. It isn't always verbal and can come in many ways that could lead to verbal abuse. Respect is something that no relationship can flourish without. If your partner can't respect you then he/she doesn't truly love you.
Being in a committed relationship means that partners should be able to depend on each other to come through for them whenever possible. The best ability is always availability. If you can't depend on your partner it will hurt your confidence in him/her and lead to other issues in the relationship. It's more so about trust than anything else.
Overly Independent Or Dependent
This could differ for offsetting personality types. Some people have a deep need to be wanted and feel better when their partner is heavily dependent on them. More independent people may prefer to have a partner that is similar and gives them the freedom they desire. Being with someone that's the complete opposite of you could cause rifts in your relationship. For example, if you're more independent, having a heavily dependent partner will feel like a burden. On the flipside, if you're overly dependent, a partner that's very independent will never be there enough to satisfy you.
If something is important to you it should be important your partner. People who are the dismissive type are difficult to be with because they don't recognize this aspect of a relationship. It will make you feel as if your partner doesn't truly care about your feelings or the things that make you happy.
Being around someone that is negative all the time is a total buzzkill, and can hinder your growth in the relationship and in your own personal life. One of the best parts of being in a relationship is the feeling that someone is always in your corner. It sucks when it feels like the person that's supposed to be on your side doesn't believe in anything positive that you do.