1. ALWAYS QUICK TO RAISE HIS HANDS AGAINST YOU:
In a relationship, you may have thought that when your man used to jokingly say, “I’ll beat you”, he didn’t really mean it, but the reverse has been the case. This is something you won’t relent to tell the woman who is presently engaged to your abusive ex-boyfriend.
2. HE IS SELFISH:
As a girl who just left an abusive relationship, you’d be busy thinking whether he would do same thing he did to you to the woman who is recently engaged to him. These describe him; he’s selfish, wants it all, without doing anything in return. Nothing is ever his fault. The world is against him. It couldn’t have anything to do with the fact that he was never on time, always had an excuse, and never did the work. It’s not him. It’s you. Since he never finds fault in himself, he would find that fault in you.
3. INABILITY TO PROPERLY CATER FOR HIMSELF:
He doesn’t know how to be alone, much less know how to take care of himself. Do you want that? Do you want to be his mother for the rest of your life? If you do, then there’s no need pushing further, but I think you don’t, because no one does.
This is the final straw that usually break the camel’s back. Phones are usually where you get the main gist. If after I searched his call history, noticed he had called you multiple times but specifically called you a few minutes before calling me, to work out a fight we had just had about you, then his cheating nature is still there.
Finally finding out that he was stringing both of us along is enough proof that he would continue cheating on you.
As this seems to affect most guys, this equally affects the man you are so entangled with. There’s always going to be another girl for him. Another woman that will keep him unable to fully commit to you. It will start off innocently. Maybe they meet at work. Maybe in a class. He will always be looking for more, as the Oliver Twist that he is. He will then be indecisive about whom he really wants.