Nope, because human nature says you will try to change this person to prove he's wrong and you end up hurt and feeling stupid. Nobodys fault but your own. You were warned.
My mom did that. My dad didn't exactly say he was no good for her-turned out he was-but he told her he planned a career in the Air Force. She married him then was angry when he didn't leave the service. Suffice it to say, for reasons connected to his service, they ended up divorcing. I asked her why she married him if she knew this was his plan and her response was, "I thought he'd change his mind."
No, you don't try anything with them. They're preparing themselves a way out even before there is a relationship. And when it doesn't work, you look in the mirror and blame yourself.
trust them. and leave it at that
Look for a man with confidence, that will try Hw best to be good for you(:-). Saying will result in a very bad relationship.
well speaking from the type of work I do, I have reach a conclusion that even lost causes, woman have this need to fix them so, my question is.... Who is to blame?
I am not sure if that is entirely true, for example If you knew this person was a loss cause and you had an idea that this will not turn out good and you try to fix this person, who is really to blame for the outcome?
No, I'm not stupid.
I would reply. "Trust me, you were not good for them. You have not seen what I can bring to the table."
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