Red flag signs in dating
They’ll talk around the issue instead of addressing it in a direct manner.
They storm off to avoid confrontation only to return later as if nothing happened.
Fact: This is a non-negotiable component of a strong partnership.
If your partner seems as if they’re up to no good, they very well might be.
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 good mood and see if the issue can be remedied.
If you are answering ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you may need to take a step back from the situation to observe your partner’s patterns. If you discover it can not, removing yourself from the relationship may be the best thing for your mental and spiritual well-being, as well as your physical safety.
These are all red flags; and by accepting this behavior, you send the message that this is acceptable, that you don’t deserve honesty, that you are not equals in the partnership.
In the second scenario, I speak from experience; there are times when an apology has deep, nasty roots of inadequacy.
While personality quirks or bad habits can be overlooked or change over time, there are some red flags that should not be ignored as they might be indicative of more serious—even dangerous—concerns.In the first scenario, an inability to say “I’m sorry” can be a way for your partner to project dominance or superiority in the relationship.When faced with a problem, you partner will unload responsibility to any one other than him or herself.Sometimes we get so wrapped up in the excitement of something new, we lose sight of what’s best and healthy for our lives.
This can mean overdoing it with an exercise regimen or diet, it can mean missing important details about a new job, and it can most certainly relate to our relationships.
If your partner seems to keep you compartmentalized from certain areas of their life, this might be a red flag for dishonesty.