10 red flags of dating
Narcissism sucks and they will eventually treat you the same way.
It’s not alright when they become angry about discussing anything they don’t like, don’t agree with, or don’t want to talk about.
When’s the last time they apologized for their behaviour?
If your partner thinks all their exes are psycho and need a therapist, they probably don’t see the common denominator is themselves.
They keep bringing up old things you’ve said, by mistake or even if you’ve forgotten saying it. It will get to the point where your significant other despises your friends or family.
Additionally, it is also a red flag if they try to keep you from doing anything you love.
If they have legitimate emotional issues, maybe they should see a psychiatrist.
Emotional stability is key in a long-term relationship and it’s a lot to deal with.
If it becomes a routine that one person always apologizes and the other does not, you’re dating a master manipulator.
If you know their passwords and don’t start questioning you or watching over you while you are on their device, that’s another story. You have to let your partner go on your phone, just as much as you like to go on theirs.
Here are 50 red flags you should watch for in your relationships.
If they do something wrong or something to hurt you, but never accept responsibility for the issue and rather just throw up excuses to why that behavior is okay or how it’s different in this case, that’s a major red flag.