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.
The older I get, the murkier this mess seems to become, and the older I am, the more corrupted and jaded everyone else is (well, me too, of course).
Everyone carries dating baggage (yes, yes, so do I), and the more our age increases, the more our baggage increases.
Yes, it can make for a simpler life if there are no ex wives to negotiate with, no child support to pay, no illnesses or emotional issues to deal with, but if you are a certain age, hopefully you have lived your life and experienced as much as possible. You're better off alone than with someone who wants to be intimate too soon.2.
The show has earned high ratings by GSN's standards; despite this, it has also received mixed critical reception.If someone is truly your soulmate, he or she is going to be around for a long time.Presumably, you want to be with someone who would fit in well with your family and friends ...Baggage is an American dating game show hosted by Jerry Springer and broadcast by Game Show Network.The original series premiered on April 19, 2010, airing for four seasons.