Red flags in a dating relationship

27-Sep-2017 14:50 by 3 Comments

Red flags in a dating relationship

Source: Gossip On This I am a firm believer in that saying by Maya Angelou that says “When people show you who they are believe them the first time.” This philosophy should be applied to all aspects of life; however, this should be a golden rule for women who are in the dating game.Over and over we hear women drone ” He wasn’t always like this,” or “He just changed on me one day out of nowhere.” No, boo, he didn’t change.

There is such thing as taking a healthy interest in your partner’s life.

Are you often blamed for your partner’s horrible mood?

Does your body ever register fear when your partner erupts? Bring the issue to light through calm, assertive conversations when you’re both in a and see if the issue can be remedied.

Unfortunately, we usually wind up paying later with broken hearts and hurt feelings.

Check out some of these red flags that should never be ignored.

Whether you live together or not, basic “how was your day,” “what did you do today” conversation is perfectly normal and expected.

If your partner’s interest in your day-to-day activities seems a little much, it may be cause for concern.Perhaps your partner likes to have an hour or two of quiet after work; maybe texts coming or going late at night aren’t appreciated—these might be signs of a person who prioritizes time alone rather than a person who’s living a double life.Maybe you found a relationship that worked in all the right ways: the two of you are compatible, have a strong network of friends, have a great sex life and genuinely enjoy each other’s company. If all of this feel-goodness seems to vaporize over night, you have a red flag on your hands.Some of the earliest red flags of an abusive relationship begin with seemingly harmless questions.If your partner’s gentle “how was your day” turns to much more invasive questions like “who were you with” or “what time did you go to the store/what time did you leave the store,” he may be exhibiting overly-possessive behaviors.If your partner seems as if they’re up to no good, they very well might be.