Red flag in dating
Relationships are hard, and sometimes it can be difficult to tell if the relationship you're in is toxic or not.
If you're in a toxic relationship, there's a chance you're struggling to see your significant other clearly.
Incompatibility flags are the anti-namaste experience. listen to the intuitive voice that will speak to you the very information you need.
So many people don’t have access to the information or assistance that they need to find positive coping strategies.
Obvious Anger Management Troubles: Statements like, “That guy cut me off on the road, so I followed him for five miles.” Or, “He/she made me so mad I popped him/her in the mouth.” Any indication of violence without the concern for the impact on others, any remorse, or with complete entitlement are certainly more than you might be interested in for your new significant other.
Stories of How They’ve Hurt (with No Remorse): What they’ve done to others, they will do to you.
Someone Who Points Out an Issue (Rather Than Recognizing it in Themselves): This person is actually in the best place to have a breakthrough if they stay engaged in the process of understanding.
If they’re only interested in looking at what you’re doing and how it makes them feel, there may be some challenges to this relationship.
Understanding the way a person has related to their life experiences and how they’ve been supported in coping can give you indications of how they are likely to be in a relationship with you. To do this, you must be willing to recognize the subtle communications we all make as we meet and begin to get acquainted.