Let’s talk about relationship red flags!

So today’s article will be addressing some possible relationship red flags. People talk a lot about “red flags” in relationships, but what does it mean? They are intuitive indicators that something needs to be questioned. In essence, they’ll show up when the object of your affection does or says something that rubs you the wrong way and makes you question the relationship. We all know that it is easy to miss the glaring signs, especially when dating someone new or someone you are really into because you look at the person through rose-coloured glasses. So they offer us a chance to either work with them or walk away; it is up to us. 

Some possible red flags;  

When boundaries get crossed: it could lead to many trust issues, and if the boundaries get crossed over and over, things can turn terrible.  

They rush a new relationship forward too quickly: This here is an issue, and it could be because they have an ulterior motive. Trust me; there is often something deep within if you pay attention closely. 

They describe all their exes as “crazy, or they call you names in an argument or when they are angry: I find this to be a deal-breaker. 

Jealousy and distrust: This can be very unhealthy, especially when they are too possessive. 

When you start noticing signs of psycho Obsession: please run. There is no better way to address this than run. 

These are a few examples; feel free to share your thoughts, opinions, and other possible red flags we all need to know. It could go a long way.

Have a fantastic week ahead! 

2 thoughts on “Let’s talk about relationship red flags!”

  1. One red flag to be wary of is the way they treat others; the waiter, their siblings, security personnel, personal help etc. If they treat others in a derogatory way if speaks to their personality. (You might be exempt from such treatment at the moment because they are still in the ‘in love’ phase but when that phase in over, reality sets in.

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