Dating a man with a big ego

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Men with big egos are often insecure and cover their egos up through treating others poorly.

This is not the type of person you want to be in a relationship with.

If he ALWAYS has to pick what you do, what time you’re doing it, and who you’re doing it with, it’s a pretty clear sign that he thinks that this relationship only involves one person… He’s going to do everything he can to be the life of the party — whether or not he’s actually at a party.

At first, you might think he’s just outgoing and exciting, but after a while, it’ll become clear that his goal isn’t to make other people have fun, but to make them focus completely on him. Is he one of those people who always seems to have some kind of beef with someone else?

Further into the relationship, however, you will begin to realize the ego is only there to serve itself and therefore, will ruin your relationship.

Only those bigger, stronger and more powerful can get through the shell, and once your exposed you become vulnerable.

No one does, which is why when it comes to dating, both men and women are guarded and play so many games.

While everyone, both men and women have egos, it seems to be that bruising a male ego comes with more repercussions and it will push a man very far away from you.

masculine attitude because they feel the need to have a tough exterior in order to keep a woman chasing & challenging them.

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