It’s natural for a sister to want to protect you.
There is something about this guy that has her disapproving of him.
You shouldn’t write her off.
Listen to what she has to say.
Meeting a guy on a dating app isn’t bad in and of itself.
Lots of people are meeting their significant others on dating apps.
But, not all people are forthright about who they are on dating apps.
A guy could woo you on a dating app, telling you what you want to hear, but it isn’t a given that he is who he says he is.
You are led down a path of emotional fulfillment until you are hit with the reality that the guy has been dishonest with you.
Eventually, you meet him in person and it is revealed that he has been dishonest with you in terms of what he looks like.
With his age, height or marital status.
Whether he has children.
What he does for a living.
How much income he makes a year.
It goes on and on.
Whatever it is that your sister has picked up from this guy, she believes it is egregious enough to tell you that she disapproves of him.
Don’t brush it off so quickly.
A guy who is good at talking to women on dating apps has the ability to get her to fall for whatever persona he creates.
Before you know it, you have fallen for the guy.
Once there, you are blinded by your emotions and can’t see through the spell he has put you on.
Your sister hasn’t been wooed by this guy, so she is capable of looking at the situation with a clearer mind.
This being said, your sister is not you.
What works for you in a prospective partner may not work for her.
As human beings, we are prone to making judgments on a situation based on our personal tastes.
To this end, it’s feasible your sister is judging this guy based on what she would want in a partner as opposed to what you would want.
She isn’t you.
And although she thinks she has a good idea of what type of partner you would like, she doesn’t know everything.
Just because you have had a history of dating a specific type of guy doesn’t mean that every guy you choose to date must fit that archetype.
You are open to different types and your sister doesn’t know about all of them.
In the end, you are the one who is going to be in a relationship with anyone you date.
You are waking up to the person and sharing your life with them.
No one else knows what really works for you in a partner besides yourself.
Notwithstanding, take your sister’s disapproval into advisement.
Don’t discard it.
She could be making cogent points.
Take the time to vet him out, instead of letting yourself get too emotionally involved too soon.
Getting too emotionally involved too soon obfuscates your mind, rendering you less clearheaded as you should be.
As long as you don’t get carried away too soon and you give it time as you figure out what this guy is about, you are in a better position to make an informed decision on whether this guy is right for you.