Types of Women To Avoid

So, what are the types of women you should avoid at ALL costs?

Some things you read in this article may surprise you if you don’t have a lot of experience with girls.

But they’ve withstood the test of time for me personally as I’ve interacted with a lot of girls.

Without further ado, let’s dive right into some of the qualities you probably should be wary of.

That is… if you’re looking for a partner who is capable of sustaining a healthy long term relationship.

She falls for you super fast

And when I say super fast, I mean super fast.

Literally, within a few minutes of meeting you – or sometimes even less – she is completely sold on you.

The way she looks at you… the way she smiles at you… the way she gives all her attention.

You just know this girl is completely into you.

And here’s the thing.

A LOT of guys who are inexperienced with girls – as I once was – may fall into that trap of thinking they have finally found that girl who loves them for who they are.

Your brain will start to rationalize she is (and you are too) feeling some sort of special connection toward you that cannot be described in words.

And that there is something magical happening between you and her.

It is amazing how efficient our brain can be for coming up with all these bullshit stories when we are in that scarce mindset with not many options.

But, here is what you are failing to realize on a deeper level.

If she can fall for you in such a short amount of time then that can very well happen with any other dude.

If she can cheat on her boyfriend to get with you then she can easily do the same thing to you.

It is just like girls who like to believe they can turn a bad boy into a good boy with her magical power and charm.

While people certainly can change, any sort of lasting change comes only after going through that brutal process of hours of work and self-introspection.

And people usually only change when “they” decide they want to change… which means it’s a futile effort in most cases for YOU to try to change that girl.

So, what point am I making?

If you see a red flag in a girl (such as her falling in love with you – or many other dudes she comes across… – within a few minutes), you most likely won’t turn her into a girl who will only stay loyal to you.

She may very well be just into you during that honeymoon phase, but she will quickly start looking for another new and more exciting stimulus when she gets bored of you.

To sum it up, you’re better off staying away from these girls.

She is always way too upbeat around you

I can already see you saying… what is wrong with that?

Well, hear me out.

It is just a law of nature to reach that balance whatever it may be.

A person that is constantly on that emotional high will naturally have that emotion be offset by a period of extreme emotional drought.

Here’s the thing with this type of girls.

You will probably have amazing sex.

She will probably be the most caring and loving person when she’s on that emotional high.

But…

She will also unleash that evil side sooner or later.

And that is exactly what happened with my ex-girlfriend.

She was the sweetest person when she was feeling good.

But, she would turn into the most evil person when she was experiencing her emotional low.

And she did not hesitate a bit to insult my entire existence from my physical features to my personalities.

I do want to clarify on this one point, however.

There is a difference between having that positive, relaxed, and calm energy

versus…

That over-the-top seemingly unsustainable positive energy.

Girls that fall into the latter category are the ones you want to look out for.

Another BIG red flag is…

She only has guy friends

This is what my ex-girlfriend used to say.

“Oh… I hate girls because they get so jealous and they cause so much drama so I only have guy friends…”

I gave her a benefit of doubt only to find out half of her guy friends are the dudes she had feelings for.

It is one thing to have a mixture of guy and girl friends (although I’m not a big believer in “true” friendship between men and women), and totally another thing to “only” have guy friends.

It likely signifies she has an extreme need for validation from males.

And as I said in a lot of my other writings…

Environment ALWAYS triumphs over willpower.

It really does not matter how much she is determined to be a “good” girl.

If she consistently puts herself into a situation where she is surrounded by a lot of dudes… sooner or later… something is very likely going to happen.

The person who you can trust is someone who is well aware of the power of the environment and actively stay away from those potential negative influences.

My last advice is this.

Simply observe how she treats people who she’s known for a long time.

Her family as well as friends she’s had for years.

Not just a new stimulus aka… you… that’s easy to put a fake mask on for a short period of time.

How does she act toward them?

How does she talk about them?

Does she always gossip about them or does she usually say good things about them?

Does she have trouble maintaining a relationship – whether it be friendship or her previous relationship – for a long period of time?

All of these will give you a better idea of how she would “really” treat you if you guys were to get into a long term relationship.

As a final note, I sincerely hope you make a sensible decision when you spot these red flags, but I also realize all of us can be extremely stubborn at times.

The best thing you can do is to learn from your mistakes and not repeat it again even if you get yourself into a toxic relationship.

Anyway, that’s it for today.

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About the Author Jon Go

I was Introduced to the world of seduction after being a virgin for the first 26 years of life and being dumped by my first girlfriend at the age of 28. The dating world wasn't so kind to a 28-year-old Asian man who barely had any experience with girls. But, I eventually cracked the "code" and began "attracting" two to three new girls a week on average when I was actively going out. I'm not mentioning that to impress you but to impress upon you that you can take your dating life to the next level... IF you are equipped with the right knowledge and a desire to take massive action.

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