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Five Turnoffs


According to Rosemary Packard of Introductions by Rosemary, a veteran matchmaker in Orange Country, CA, she believes that single people do things to sabotage a potential relationship without realizing it. As you will see below, all are easily fixable.

Five turnoffs for Women:

1.Thinking negatively about ex's or women in general.

2. Drilling a woman with questions as if an interview.

3. Displaying cheapness/checking out other women.

4. Bragging about his income or other assets.

5. Drinking too much/'road rage'/using foul language.

Five turnoffs for Men:

1. Talking negatively about her ex's or men in general.

2. Being too busy to schedule dates.

3. Being too assertive and businesslike/lack of femininity.

4. Discussing negative aspects of herself or subjects.

5. Self-absorbed/excessive talking/not taking an interest.

Source: Rosemary Packard, owner of Introductions by Rosemary Matchmaking Service. To learn more, visit www.IntroductionsbyRosemary.com or rosemaryp@cox.net or 949.857.6569.

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Nancy Fagan is the best-selling author of 'The Complete Idiot's Guide to Romance' and 'Desirable Men: How to Find Them' has appeared on several hundred radio and television shows including Ricki Lake, Men are from Mars/Women are from Venus, ABC News, NBC News, CBS News, The Berman & Berman Show, FOX News. She has been featured in most major newspaper in the United States and worldwide as well as regularly mentioned in the nation's top magazines such as Ladies' Home Journal ('Can this Marriage be Saved?'), Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Men's Health, Bride's, Seventeen, Women's Day, Family Circle, Women's Own, BBW, Complete Women and dozens of others. To read more, visit www.ExpertDatingAdvice.com This column is reprinted with permission from NancyFagan@ExpertDatingAdvice.com Send questions to E-Mail



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