Dating coach reveals the five major personality turn-offs that make you look ‘insecure, selfish and annoying’ – and EVERYONE does them

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  • Here are five common turn-off warnings to avoid singles
  • Perth dating coach Louanne Ward outlines each point in a helpful video
  • When dating, avoid asking for compliments and complaining about problems
  • Both men and women can make these unattractive dating ‘mistakes’

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Singles have been warned about five ‘normal’ behaviors that immediately stop when dating.

Australian relationship coach Luanne Ward shared an insightful video on Instagram detailing every ‘unattractive’ habit – from fishing to complaining to compliments.

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He said, ‘Whether you are a man or a woman, these five things are quite universal which are unattractive and a bit out of place.’

‘What really happens when you do these things is that you come across as insecure, selfish and annoying.’

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Australian relations coach Luanne Ward (pictured) shared an insightful video detailing five major turns when dating

Never go 'fishing for praise' or ask for validation about yourself when dating singles

Singles should never treat their date like a therapist and never complain

Never go ‘fishing for praise’ or ask for validation about yourself when dating singles. Singles should never treat their date like a therapist and never complain

When dating, singles should never go ‘fishing for praise’ or seek validation about themselves from others.

Ms Ward said it ‘shows you are insecure and you want to be the center of attention’ and it is ‘not attractive’ to anyone.

Subsequently, she said that it is ‘not good dating etiquette’ to avoid answering questions and to avoid taking questions back on the other person.

Instead, be an open book and let the conversation go by being ready to open up to the other person if you feel comfortable.

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What is the biggest turn off?

What is the biggest turn off?

  • Fishing for Appreciation / Seeking Verification 98 votes
  • disturbing questions 82 votes
  • Using Your Date as a Therapist 108 votes
  • put yourself down 61 votes
  • meddling 265 votes

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Ms. Ward said you shouldn’t treat your date like a therapist and avoid complaining about your problems.

‘No one wants to hear about all your problems. Sure, we all have a bad day from time to time, but if you spend the date talking about all the sh*t in your life, no one will hear how bad your life is, ‘He said.

Single people should also be kind to themselves and not ‘put themselves down’ in front of potential partners.

Ms Ward considered it the worst or ‘next level’ compared to fishing for praise, depending on the effect it had on the other person.

“Someone has to pull you up constantly — it’s exhausting and it’s not fun for the other person, it’s one off dating,” she said.

Five major dating turn offs:

1. Gaining praise or recognition about yourself

2. Avoiding answering questions and not being an ‘open book’

3. Using Your Date as a Therapist to Complain About Your Problems

4. Putting Yourself Down

5. If you interrupt while speaking to someone else

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Ms. Ward said you should treat your date like a therapist and avoid complaining about your problems.  'No one wants to hear about all your problems.  Sure, we all have a bad day from time to time, but if you spend the date talking about all the sh*t in your life, no one will hear how bad your life is,' she where (stock image)

Ms. Ward said you should treat your date like a therapist and avoid complaining about your problems. ‘No one wants to hear about all your problems. Sure, we all have a bad day from time to time, but if you spend the date talking about all the sh*t in your life, no one will hear how bad your life is,’ she where (stock image)

When someone speaks, tries to change the subject, or talks over someone, it is considered a major turning point.

In the comments of the video, Ms Ward was praised for sharing helpful tips on social media.

Previously, she has also said that it is ‘unsexy’ when women say ‘I don’t need a man’ or when men say lewd things about their ex-partners.

The ‘unsexy’ mistakes men make

1. Quake about an ex or another woman

2. Talking about yourself constantly without asking questions

3. Setting a Date Via a Text Message

4. Telling women it’s easier for them than for men

5. Not putting equal effort in the presentation

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Women make ‘unsexy’ mistakes

1. Taking an Hour to Make Up to Go for Sunday Breakfast

2. Saying ‘I don’t need a man’

3. Repeatedly sending messages too eagerly

4. Being Over Sensitive and Crying as a Strategy

5. Saying ‘You can be an ax slayer or a rapist, because I know everything’

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