If you’re dating a ‘loser’, you may recognize in your partner some of these characteristics described by Consulting Clinical Psychologist Joseph M. This article continues with a note on dangerous versions of the ‘loser’ and offers guidelines for detachment.
Also see the new “Relationship Quiz: True Love or True Loser?
The e-mail feedback I have received on the article has been tremendous.
It’s clear the article is a way of identifying not only “losers” but controlling, abusive, and manipulating individuals.
He cut his drug habit back to just pot, meth and occasionally, sniffing paint.[insert pot smoker image]2. He says he's “too smart” to get caught by the cops.11. He is the kind of guy who won't watch “Hot and Horny Housewives 3” because he was concerned he wouldn't be able to follow the plot because he hadn't seen 1 or 2 yet.18. He promised you a fresh start once he gets parole.24. He wrote “He's An Asshole Anyway” (just kidding, those guys are awesome). If you indeed are dating a loser, you need to rapidly reassess your relationship status.
His resume includes his high score from “Call of Duty” or lists “swagger” as a key skill.3. He was surprised to learn that the dinosaurs in “Jurassic Park” weren't real.12. To start, you should consider changing it from “in a relationship” to “has a restraining order.” A detox bath is also highly recommended.
No, we are talking about those degenerate, unemployed, starter-cap wearing, no-hope bums who still live at home with their parents, yet inexplicably manage to date hot girls.
You should invest your time and love in someone who is worthwhile and makes you happy.
Everyone knows a loser when they see one — that is, until they're dating one.
Check out these signs that might help you figure out if you’re dating a loser…Before we start, it's important to clarify what we mean by “loser.”We aren't talking about a “nerd” loser, like someone who knows all the letters in the alphabet and who has probably been plotting to kill us for years of torment in high school.
I’ve been contacted for help by the friends and loved ones of people involved in relationships with Losers (controlling and/or abusive partners).
The loved ones want to understand the situation and ask for recommendations and guidance.”, which may help you to identify and highlight experiences of concern within your relationship.