Start Dating a man with a bad past

Dating a man with a bad past

Women aren’t the only ones with trust issues and men aren’t the only ones who cheat on their partners. The only difference is the reaction of the two sexes when it comes to being cheated on.

But if you truly like him and hope that things will work out between the two of you, then you have to do things that will make trust a non-issue. If you reversed the situation, what would you want the man you are dating to do in order to make you feel secure with him?

Although it may seem that you have to do plenty of things explicitly to instill trust, unfortunately it is the only thing you can do.

[Read: 7 secret signs of a bad relationship] Past relationships can affect your life forever You may date someone new, but you’ll never be able to truly love them unless you let go of the illusion of love you’ve created around your ex. Fantasizing about it will only make you feel miserable and leave you unhappy, even if you’re in a relationship that’s far better than the one you’ve shared with your ex.

Your happy moments will never feel happy, and the minor arguments you have with your present lover will only make you want to get back with your ex even more, even though there’s no chance of that ever happening. Signs your past relationship is holding you back It’s alright to think fondly of your ex now and then.

If your beau was behind bars for a violent offense, you should think long and hard about forging a relationship with them.

Battery, sexual assault, kidnapping, murder, and any other violent act against another person—all are huge relationship red flags that indicate you should be looking elsewhere for love.

(Life Wire) -- After his 10-year marriage ended in 2004, New Yorker Phil Lee, 42, found himself tagged with the modern-day scarlet letter: "D" -- divorced.