With all types of men in the world, I find it odd that in my age bracket (18-34) there are a lot more plan-less dreamers, as opposed to the goal-seekers or wall street types.
There’s always an excuse or reason why they can’t accomplish their goal and their excuses usually fault others. Regardless of those flashing lights that are telling you do not enter, you still date the guy because his wild imagination just happens to be attractive.
Some women believe that it’s a good idea to date a dreamer because they’re spontaneous, adventurous and keep you on your toes. But Vixens, is this a mentality that you really want to adapt to?
Here are some reasons why the dreamer types may not be right for you. — Desire Thompson
You’ll be the authority he hates.
You know that carefree attitude you had when you were younger? Well, this dude embodies it completely which can be desirable yet difficult to deal with. When you’re the only responsible one in the relationship, he may think you’re limiting his fun. The last role you want to play is your boyfriend’s mother.
His interests become your interests.
When your relationship starts, you find it astonishing and admirable that he’s into people, places and music you never heard of. While trying to keep up with him, you can lose yourself and the things you once loved. Things can become draining.
Growth doesn’t exist.
Growth is one of the greatest things you get to experience while in a relationship. You don’t want to be the same girl you were in the beginning. But if you’re with a dreamer, you’re head may drift to his clouds as well, leaving you in a never-ending hamster wheel.