How to tell whether the guy you're seeing isn't interested in a relationship with you.There are a few clear-cut ways to detect whether a man is into you or not. If he introduces you as, "This is my girlfriend (Name)," two thumbs up!He doesn’t like to plan at all Things are always spontaneous.He calls when he feels like and there is no plan in advance. So save yourself the time, heartache, and emotions and learn to identify these dating warning signs so you can get out of a relationship before it gets ugly:1. He's announcing to the world that you are his woman.If he introduces you as, "This is (Name)," that's a bad sign.
The newest study thinks kids who are over-praised but under-loved as kids are most likely to become narcissists — but we're still essentially groping in the dark.Either way, understanding the origins of the disorder doesn't make having a relationship with a narcissist any more fun — and I should know.My ex was most definitely a narcissist, and the signals aren't something to take lightly: narcissists have a strong reputation for emotional abuse.If he spends more time with his friends than with you, he may not be interested in anything serious.It's possible he isn't really with his friends at all.You’re not the only girl he’s seeing There’s nothing wrong with casually dating more than one person at a time (as long you do it safely and you haven’t agreed to be exclusive with someone).It can become a problem for you, though, if the guy you like is seeing other people, but you are only interested in dating him.If he doesn't want a committed relationship with you, then he is keeping his options open for someone better. You've been dating for awhile, but you've never seen his place. Either he is embarrassed by his living conditions, or he lives with another woman (girlfriend or wife) and possibly children.All the flirting is starting to pay off and you’re having a great conversation.It's easy to throw around the word "narcissist" around without really knowing what it means: Whether you're talking about Kim Kardashian's selfie obsession, Madonna comparing herself to Martin Luther King, or Kanye West, er, just being Kanye, it's easy to forget that genuine narcissistic behavior is a recognized mental condition.Sufferers of what's called narcissistic personality disorder aren't just vain; they're grandiose about themselves to the point of obsession, charmingly manipulative, and often have a sociopathic lack of empathy towards others.