Dating advice too good to be true
Even as you are still getting to know him, you feel as if you’ve known him for your whole life. Your initial infatuation diminishes as the honeymoon stage ends and you’re left wondering if he is as amazing as you initially thought.
From the start, you feel like you can open up to him and be yourself completely. Or you find that some of the things that made him incredible were fabrications or down right lies.
You’re infatuated with “The Bad Boy.” He keeps you on your toes and you never know what to expect with him.
As things progress, you start to think that you can break him of his bad boy reputation and that falling in love with you will put him on the straight and narrow.
Neuroscientists found that your brain shuts down and roofies you during infatuation.
Don’t make any sudden movements until you’ve come down from the buzz.
When you lose a Wednesday night doing diligence on social media, Linked In, Google images, and accidentally find yourself deep in the archives of their ex-girlfriends blog two hours later. Your frontal cortex, responsible for judgment and logic, and amygdala, responsible for fear and negative emotions, just peace out.
If you’re trying to find love, looking to “The Bad Boy” is going to lead to a dead end because just as his nickname entails, he’s bad for you.
The Too Good To Be True: I can personally attest that the guys who seem too good to be true tend to be.
And forget asking him to post that picture of the two of you to his Instagram.
Anything that could damage his bad boy image is a no-go.