Red flags when dating
This is the “age of communication” where we can connect with something with the push of a few buttons.It is not difficult to set a few minutes apart to make a call or send a text.If you let yourself stick around that negativity it will affect your own vibe, bringing your own mood down and leaving you feeling drained and unhappy. If you have long-time friends voicing “red flags” about a guy, listen to them. Sometimes it’s really hard to see something negative going on in your relationship when your own emotions are caught up in it.
Someone he was in a relationship with twenty years ago should not react to a ” hi, how have you been? Maybe they wouldn’t bother to respond, but to outright block is too extreme to ignore.
It’s as if you cannot remember the person you were before the relationship began. These are the feelings so many women go through on a daily basis.
Whether they are this extreme or just capture these emotions to some degree, it’s “I’ve been dating the same guy for about almost a week now.
And if you haven’t actually been meeting up or going on dates with him? If you feel like he is being shady and he isn’t giving you any reason to think otherwise, don’t fool yourself into believing he is worth sticking around for.
There’s a chance he’s either seeing other women or doesn’t see you as important enough to take some time out of his busy schedule. The hardest part about the “bad” guys that should send you running… But trust me, as soon as you separate yourself from people that are toxic, your life will change for the better. You might be confusing being compatible with experiencing an up-and-down emotional rollercoaster.
The thing is, a lot of women are conditioned from a young age to accept these red flags as normal. I don’t care if he lies about his age, or if he conveniently forgets to tell you important things (like a business meeting…).