7 signs he's nothing but a player

7 Signs he's nothing but a player

Unfortunately, the dating scene is anything but normal and easy. Women encounter all sorts of men, but the players seem to be the most dominant among them.

One of the main reasons is that they are always the loudest men in the space and don't mind being in the spotlight.

That's why your attention is always on her and never on some reclusive, shy guy who might have even better qualities.

With all the players out there, women have to learn to be in between to read the lines so they can spot them and ultimately avoid them.

And while it's difficult to gauge a man's character and intentions at first glance, there are some signs that will help you reduce the risk of going through the torments of a relationship with a womanizer.

1. He usually texts and rarely calls

Texting is a way for a player to keep you at a distance. Calling you would be much more personal.

When on the phone or video chatting with someone, you can hear the tone of their voice change.

With a video, you can hear their facial movements see. Texting takes that away from you.

A player also never writes back immediately. He needs some time to plan his next move, builds up tension or makes lame excuses for something.

2. He gives too much too soon

He just rushes everything. He'll start talking about your future and naming your kids and you'll be like, “I'm not even sure what his last name is.”

He'll say, that he loves you after you've only been together for a few weeks or months.

Men aren't usually quick to go around and tell women they love them when they really mean it.

You'll know that his words mean nothing, and that he might say it to anyone else will.

His future plans and affection are probably just a means of getting you to trust or sleep with him.

3. He has his eyes everywhere

He is always looking for other girls. He does it so blatantly that you feel embarrassed to sit or stand next to him.

Of course you can look at other men and women.

It's normal to notice people around you and admire their beauty.

But when he's doing it in a sleazy way, trying to evoke some kind of jealous reaction or showing off his machismo, he's not just saying he's an idiot making you feel bad, but also that he is not there for anything serious.

 

4. He's surrounded by women

It seems that 80% of his social media friends are women. Every time you go out with him he meets some of his girlfriends and he never introduces you to them.

He keeps making googly eyes at them and you feel like the whole situation is a little uncomfortable.

Listen to your inner voice – if it feels like something is wrong, that's because it probably is.

5. He has a bad reputation

He is already a proclaimed philanderer, so the story that accompanies him is not in vain.

He has a great story to tell as to why he is called a womanizer, but all players are good storytellers.

If your friends keep warning you about him, it's not because they're jealous.

It's because they want your best and you should think about their words. Don't waste time with someone who is not trustworthy.

6. You've never met anyone he really cares about

He's separated his private life from you. He has never introduced you to any of his close friends or family members.

He's also not interested in meeting people you care about.

If he's not making an effort to include you in his life, it means he has no plans to do anything more serious with you you to try.

7. Everything he says is inaccurate

He never gives you a clear answer. When you make plans, he always says something like, “We'll see! “Maybe, I can't give you an answer right now.”

And it seems that all of his answers are vague. You can never make plans with him because he can't tell you anything in advance.

He also has a habit of canceling at the last minute when you're dressed up and ready to go.

You might even see on social media that he's been somewhere else.

If it seems like every time you find a guy he's nothing but a player, it is Time to do something about it.

Finally, find how to beat a player in their own game. 

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