Keep dating the wrong men
And with these unfortunate statistics in mind, it's not surprising women can end up attracting men who don't treat them well, don't fulfill their needs, and don't provide them with love and emotional support because these women think they don't deserve any better.
So if you're a person who's afraid to fully open up and let your guard down around someone, the good news is that there are steps you can take right now to let go of your fear of commitment and find a deep and meaningful relationship.
In fact, even his incessant need to spend every waking moment with you, his insistence on moving your relationship at warp speed, as well as his tendency to deflect blame for any wrongdoings are also red flags that can have dire consequences for your mental and physical health and well-being, as noted by the National Network to End Domestic Violence.
So rather than disregarding these immediate signs of trouble ahead, it's important to pay close attention to any of his unsettling behaviors that leave you a little uneasy from the very outset of your time together.
An additional reason why women fall for the wrong guys is that these women believe that they can change these men into the partner and person they want him to be.
In other words, many women think they can alter things about a man, such as the way he dresses, how he behaves, what he eats, his profession, his thoughts about marriage, his relationship with his family, and/or his smoking and drinking habits, to name a few.
With this in mind, it's time to do a little soul-searching in order to determine what really matters to you in a relationship. Or do you care more about his other interests, passions, and personal attributes?