Forty-seven percent of women and 51percent of men won't stay with a partner who "lives far away." We get it, distance is tough.
"Bad sex" is enough for 50 percent of women and 44 percent of men to end a relationship.
A strong dating relationship is based on EQUALITY and RESPECT, not power and control.
Think about how you treat—and want to be treated by—someone you care about.
The researchers conducted six separate studies to determine what men and women consider the absolute worst offenders when it comes to dating. Some of the general takeaways: deal breakers are more potent in long-term relationships than short-term (you're less invested in your partner when it's a fling, and far more willing to overlook the annoyances); women have more deal breakers than men, possibly because the risks are more dire (i.e.If you're "too needy," 69 percent of women and 57 percent of men are walking away."No sense of humor" is a major turn-off for 58 percent of women and 50 percent of men.The top deal-breaker among men and women is a "disheveled or unclean appearance," according to 71 percent of women and 63 percent of men.Seventy-two percent of women and 60 percent of men can't stand a "lazy" partner.You might not pass through each stage or each step in your relationship.