7 Phrases That Keep Men From Ever Finding a Partner

Have you ever wondered why there are so many single men around? It’s not because they don’t want to be in a relationship — it’s because they are saying the wrong things and acting the wrong way, even if they don’t realize it! This post will outline seven common phrases that keep men perpetually single and tell you how to say them correctly. If you’re sick of being alone, pay attention to this advice.

7 Phrases That Keep Men From Ever Finding a Partner
7 Phrases That Keep Men From Ever Finding a Partner

I don’t like sports

This is about as much fun for you as it is for your partner, who’s likely to lose his mind watching hours of sports—meaning he won’t want to spend any time with you. If there’s nothing on TV and no one has tickets to a game, there are plenty of other ways to spend your time. If you don’t like sports, don’t tell your partner that; just show him.

I never want kids

  • Whether you never want kids or don’t want them right now, it’s smart to own up to your perspective.
  • Although many men (and women) remain childless by choice, others struggle to get past their desire for children and meet partners who also feel that way.
  • If you’re someone who has no interest in becoming a parent—for whatever reason—it might be worth owning up to your perspective early on.
  • Otherwise, you may waste time with partners who are interested in having kids and will ultimately decide to move on.
  • The sooner you let them know where you stand, the more likely they are to respect it...and maybe even find someone else they click with more.

The seas are teeming with fish

This is such a classic one and you’ve probably heard it from your mother more than once in your life.

It’s intended to reassure you that there are plenty of fish in the sea, but here’s what it does: it insinuates that you haven’t been lucky so far but now since there are plenty of fish in the sea, luck won’t be an issue anymore. I mean, really? Luck didn’t have anything to do with your failed relationships until now?

I'm going to be too tired tonight

A woman is more likely to accept an invitation from a man who asks at night than from one who asks during her lunch break or in the morning. There are several explanations for why you should ask her out at night. First, she’s already feeling relaxed after a long day of work and just might be more receptive to socializing. Also, if she’s going out with friends that evening and needs time to get ready, she’ll have more time by asking her at night. Finally, women have biological rhythms that determine their hormone levels—and which determine when they are most likely to be ovulating.

I'm happy being single


7 Phrases That Keep Men From Ever Finding a Partner
I'm happy being single

This one is a hard pill to swallow, but hear me out. The more you say it, and mean it, to yourself—the more you’ll believe it. Don’t worry about what other people think of your singledom. The negative phrases I see most often in my practice are I don’t need anyone else to make me happy, or I'm used to doing everything on my own, so I don't want someone else around. If you find that your single happiness mantra keeps getting thrown into chaos by suddenly finding yourself smitten with someone special—start by turning those feel-good affirmations inside out.

Sex will ruin our friendship

If you’re in a friendship that you really value and want to keep, taking things sexual might be one of your worst moves. Think about it—sex creates a bond that can be hard to break if things don’t work out between you and your partner. If your relationship goes sour, it could mean not just losing a lover but also losing someone who was once close to you. 

I can't find anyone who understands me

Whether you are 25 or 55, it's hard to find someone who gets you. But in your search for someone to share your life with, be sure that being misunderstood isn't one of your requirements.
A good partner will always understand you—they won't try to change you and they'll accept you as you are, warts and all. If your partner is constantly trying to change who you are, then chances are they don't love YOU so much as they love their idea of who YOU should be. Listen: It's no fun when people don't get us. It hurts our feelings; we feel frustrated; and sometimes even angry.
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