You get what you are in love
If you have done no work on yourself. If you are a selfish, self-absorbed soul who thinks everyone else is here to serve you, you will attract that exact same type of person.
I call this the “I want what I want, and I want it now!” personality. If you tend to act like a five year old, don’t be surprised that you continually run into others who are just as selfish as you are.
If you decide to work on yourself through self-help books, counseling, etc. you may find the quality of those you attract also improves. Relationships act like mirrors in our lives, reflecting back our true self. If you wonder how you are doing, just take a hard look at the types of individuals you are presently attracting into your life.
You may believe you have made great progress, and then find that you continue to attract selfish, unsavory souls. This means you have still more to learn about yourself and your own motives in love.
Perhaps you need to forgive yourself for past mistakes in love and trust yourself more, or learn how to listen more deeply to your own inner wisdom or intuition.
These were the lessons I needed to learn to finally attract a much more attractive version of love into my life. These are also the lessons I teach in my new book: How To Believe In Love Again: Opening to Forgiveness, Trust, and Your Own Inner Wisdom.