There are a lot of people who have been in bad relationships numerous times. They often think to themselves: “That is my 6th bad relationship in a row. What is wrong with me? ”. Thats not entirely correct. The reality is that these people have had one bad relationship 6 times.
I see it all the time on our forum. They are seeking the same type of person over and over again without learning from their mistake. If you burn yourself on the stove, you learn very quickly that the stove is hot and not to touch it. If you get hurt in a relationship, sometimes it is difficult to make the same distinction.
Just because all the last 6 have been bad decisions and you have picked the wrong person. You are not a lost cause so don’t worry. You are either regularly believing and trusting the wrong kind of person which is basically down you you making bad judgments, or a lack of self-worth and self-esteem (thats YOU, not them).
The best advice I can give is to tell you to reframe your perspective about YOU. Start BELIEVING that you are NOT a relationship failure and start realising you just need to address some fundamental issues and that there is a pattern going on that needs to be addressed.
There are some great people out there, you are just not seeing them because you have your blinkers on and your expectations and standards fixed on the wrong things. Make a list of what you want in an ideal partner and after a first date, if the person does not tick most of the boxes, move on before you waste any more of your own precious time.
You deserve Mr/Mrs perfect so go find them.