This article was originally taken from the web site of Sandra L. erroneously think that a dangerous man is only a violent man.
While the violent man is indeed one of the categories of dangerous men, there are seven others that are often overlooked.
Since much of the information about ‘what’ makes a man dangerous has not been taught to women, they do not recognize and respond to dangerousness.
Most women have learned to ignore their red flags—their biological response system that tells them that something is not quite right.
RELATED: How to Deal With a Clingy Ex It may seem obvious, but if you're labeling your man as 'clingy' or 'needy' you need to acknowledge that there is an issue, Steinberg says.
These aren't exactly nice terms to throw around about someone, so you should probably stop and reevaluate your feelings, because it may be a sign that he's much more into you than you are into him.
While that's certainly one way to go about it (and probably the only way if you've got a Stage-5 on your hands), if you do want to keep your guy around, but just need a bit more space, it can be a delicate situation to tackle.
We talked to Tracey Steinberg, a New York City-based dating expert to find out how to deal.
While in the ideal relationship both partners move at a similar pace, this may not always be the case.
If your guy is trying to tag along for mani/pedis with you and your girlfriends and you find that super strange (you should definitely find that super strange) you need to express yourself in a clear and loving way, Steinberg says.
Often, women don’t even realize when they’re showing signs of a clingy tendency.
But men are ultra sensitive to clingers and always pick up on these.
These omitted categories are exactly how women get into dangerous relationships.