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The truth is “If All Men Are Dogs, Then Women You Hold the Leash”. This article is not to meant to excuse men including myself of accountability. You do not have to turn your life into an animal shelter only to later dread whom you have allowed to have access to your heart.
It is designed to equip YOU with the tools you need to hold us accountable and assist you in avoiding men that do not have your best interest at heart. Avoid what you don’t want by learning the 10 Signs Your Dating a Dog in Disguise.
Just as you are alarmed when a stranger is at your door and your dog fails to notify you so with a little “woof woof”.
If he has regulated your interactions to “house dates” or if he does take you out he makes sure to keep the dates on a certain side of town, he could be hiding something. Simply put when a man is genuinely interested in you he is consistent. If his wants and needs are always first on the agenda you will be in for a world of frustration. If sex always seems to be at the center of his date plans, run!!! If you have been dating for some time and he remains all too willing to let you continue to play the field, he most likely either has no plans to or he’s already “settled down”. I wouldn’t be so alarmed by consistent phone activity [unless of course he’s constantly talking & texting during your dates] as I would be if there was NO phone activity. If you have been dating consistently for a period of time and haven’t met any of his family or at the least met some of his close friends you may not be that important to him.
If you are looking to build a strong long-lasting relationship, you can only do so with a man who is responsible and dependable. It takes a committed and responsible man to maintain a successful relationship of great quality.
This commitment must be first evident in his everyday life if it is to ever show up in your relationship.
One of the most surprising things you may learn is that people won’t mind that you have a Service Dog, but they may think it means it will restrict or limit them from experiencing or doing certain things.
If someone is able to see that you have many interests, hobbies, and talents and are able to do all of them with a Service Dog by your side, this will ease their mind of this concern.