On some people you can even physically see how much their excess gear weighs them down: stooped shoulders, puppy dog eyes, and a semi-permanent frown starting at the edges of their mouths.
I don’t have a perfect record, but I certainly don’t have a sordid past that makes me weep at the sound of ex-boyfriends’ names or when “our song” comes on the radio.
At a certain point, too much baggage becomes a dating dealbreaker. We all have it, but is it an asset or a liability when it comes to love?
My clients often tell me they are seeking someone with little or no baggage. Don't be so quick to write someone off because of a bit of extra luggage. Below is a list of some things you might want to avoid in a partner:1. If your boyfriend or girlfriend proclaims his/her undying love for you on the first date, chances are he/she isn't right for you. If this person thinks he "knows" you after just a few hours or even just a few dates, then he's not interested in the real you. This person might turn out to be a stalker or worse.
“Every saint has a past and every sinner has a future – Oscar Wilde.” We’ve all made mistakes and most of us have a skeleton (or two or three) lurking in our lives.
Everyone has baggage, but as we get older and wiser, we improve and grow as hopefully, over time we learn from our mistakes.
Three contestants are then introduced, each accompanied by three pieces of baggage: a small one, a medium one, and a large one, with each one containing a corresponding secret.Thankfully the same cannot be said for all men, but unless a man is willing to either go for counselling or put in the time and effort in some way to prove his worth, he is simply not worth knowing.It does pay to take time to get to know someone before its too late.(And, yes, I do realize that we girls are just as jaded and corrupted…).With each year, we date more (or for some, sleep around more), and with each date (or partner), we gain more dating baggage.