The Frequently Overlooked Red Flags in Relationships
Anyone who has ever been in a relationship is most likely familiar with the little (and major) red flags that often come along with the territory.
You’ve probably been warned by everyone from your grandmother to Oprah about red flags in romantic relationships. Relationships, and the dating process, can be tricky. And navigating the sometimes stormy waters of love, and trying to determine if your partner is a catch, can be quite challenging.
How do they treat service staff? How do they react when you ask for a little space? Are they cruel to their mother? Do they pick their nose in public?
Have you ever met someone and wished you had a crystal ball to see into the future? We certainly do. It would save a ton of heartache and wasted energy. When we’re excited about a relationship, it’s easy to overlook the red flags that at least need to be explored. Of course, some red flags are more serious than others.
The longer you choose to pretend there’s nothing wrong, you’re going to continue subjecting yourself to unnecessary pain and suffering. When not addressed early on, then 4 weeks, 4 months or 4 years into the relationship you’ll be faced with a crisis and most likely left saying, “I had no idea they were so controlling/emotionally abusive/arrogant/manipulative…”
If any of these red flags are prevalent in your current relationship, it’s probably time you stop ignoring them and run for the hills.