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Understandable deal-breakers are ones related to disagreement on moral issues, values, and how he treats you (any kind of abuse, neglect, cheating, etc. Okay, he might have insisted you pay separately for the first date, going against your belief that men should always pay for everything.But maybe he’s going through a tough time financially at the moment.Instead, put: “must be attractive to me.” Or, if you wrote that he must make a certain amount of money, it might be because you desire a guy who works hard to achieve his ambitions (in other words, no couch potatoes wanted! Instead, put “must be passionate about his career and have a great work ethic.” You will still have a list of what you want, just less stringent, which leaves room for a great guy to squeeze through! You Put Too Much Weight on the Little Things You’re out the second that he does something “wrong,” whether it is scratching his nose at the dinner table or finding out he used a Groupon deal for date.If his distaste for is an immediate deal-breaker, you might need to re-examine your priorities. Just like it’s important to know what you want, it’s also important to know what you don’t want.If they’re your good friends, they probably wouldn’t set you up with someone they thought wasn’t worthy or wouldn’t be a good match for you.

However, even though he didn’t fit the criteria of her ideal guy, he ended up changing her idea of who her ideal guy would be.

“I think that people today are so fixated on finding Mr. “One [of my friends] has been alone for as long as I've known her because no one meets her physical standards.

And I have another who has dated everyone she knows for a short period of time, but she's constantly trying to 'upgrade,' so she's never happy.” But what are some signs that you, like Gillian’s friends, have sky-high expectations preventing you from seeing the great guy right in front of you? You Can’t Put Your Finger on Why He’s Not Good Enough You say “he’s just not my type,” but you can’t come up with concrete reasons why.

Are you so focused on your path to the perfect guy that you can’t see the imperfect-but-perfect-for-you guy outside your blinders?

Gillian*, a recent graduate of Kwantlen Polytechnic University, is familiar with friends who have sky-high expectations and says seeing them pass up good guys is frustrating. that we completely overlook the wonderful people who are right there in front of us,” she says.