In every dating relationship there are “red flags.” If you can’t identify them, most likely you don’t know the guy very well.
He’s perpetually late, insensitive, or maybe there is no spark between you.
When someone speaks badly about an ex so soon with someone new, it’s a clear sign that he or she is still bitter and angry.
Starting a new relationship while you still feel bitter about your ex is like a carrying a suitcase of gasoline into the new relationship.
In the worst case scenario, the person who appears too good to be true is sociopathic. In this article, I have captured only a few of the most serious red flags.
If you are on a date with someone who acts rudely to wait staff, cashiers, or others, don’t set off on a sermon about how to treat people – save your energy for someone better.
You’ve probably heard everyone from your grandma to Dr.
Phil warn you about red flags in romantic relationships, and I’ve got a few to add to the list!
If it’s one of the first few dates, the questions asked and comments shared should be fairly generic.
At this point, each of you is trying to get enough information quickly to determine whether there is sufficient interest, attraction and similarity to support having a full-fledged relationship.