How To Tell That That Girl Is Not Yours?

Every night she walks right in my dreams

Since I met her from the start

I’m so proud I am the only one

Who is special in her heart

Michael Jackson/ Paul McCartney — The Girl Is Mine

Love is one of the most profound emotions known to human beings. There are many kinds of love, but most people seek its expression in a romantic relationship with a compatible partner.

The fact is finding that true love is hard work and ought not to be taken lightly if it is going to be something meaningful and lasting.

Here are 10 ways to tell that that girl is not yours:

  1.  Narrow minded

She is not open to new experience but takes a closed minded approach to anything new, lacks creativity, imagination, and very traditional and struggles with abstract thinking.

2. Hate animals

Giving your pet, a hard time is a clear indication that she may lack that soft spot — don’t date her.

3. Disregard the rules of engagement

She breaks agreed rules of relationship and breaches commitment code.

4. Breaks promises

Breaking her promises mean that you are not the center of her world and you are a top not.

5. She is always right

She tries to prove you wrong all the time and tries correcting you at the drop of a hat.

6. Queen of excuse

She makes excuses for everything normal, shows lack of care, and you may very well being taken for granted.

7. Loves to argue and Keep malice

She harbors malice, always likes to fight, and you are continually put on the remember mode; it means it’s time to cut loose.

8. Compulsive liar

She doesn’t know the meaning of trust and faithfulness in the relationship.

9. Clingy

She doesn’t allow you any space and acts as your personal security guard 24/7.

10. Complains about everything

She always complains and criticizes – never gives a compliment without a but 

Carol Maye, Readers Bureau, Fellow

Edited by Jesus Chan

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