8 Relationship Red Flags to Watch out for ...


Relationship Red Flags aren't always easy to spot. In fact, when they say that 'love is blind', it really is sometimes. You might not want to admit that the relationship you're in isn't all that great. Well ladies, don't worry! I got your back, I've got the top 8 relationship red flags that you might want to watch out for in your next relationship. We're also going to explore some of the relationship red flags that you might be able to get around.

1. Bad Breakup Baggage

Let's say that the guy that you're into right now got out of a relationship over a year ago.2

Let's say that the breakup was horrible.

Chances are, he's probably still bitter and he could actually take bitterness out on you.

This is definitely one of the relationship red flags that you get around, but it might take time.

Lots of Flings


thanh bing phan
i sure wish there was a mens version of this website =(
Heather Jensen
I completely agree MarMar! Sometimes, when a guy lives with his parents, it's a who slew of reasons, but if the guy just never wants to move out and his mom still does his laundry? Well, that's pushing it. :) I'm so sorry if we offended you, that was not the intention at all!
Just because a guy lives at his parents it doesn't mean he's not always relationship material. He could be saving money, or recently unemployed, taking care of an ill parent, or one of his parents is recently divorced and he's there for support temporarily. Most guys don't want to live at home with their parents, and they're usually not there because they're comfortable. This one I have to highly disagree with. I recently moved in with my father temporarily for many reasons, and it definitely wasn't for being comfortable and because I'm lazy.
The surefire best way to know if your man is cheating is if he's constantly suspicious of you and accusing you of cheating. Every time I've had a boyfriend do that to me, it turns out he was the one cheating. The guilt he feels and insecurity of it all makes him project it all onto you so he doesn't feel as bad about what he's doing. And always trust your instincts. If worse comes to worse, just confront him and see how he reacts. If he blows up about it and makes counter accusations, especially if you approached it in a calm non-hostile way, then there's a good chance he's cheating on you.
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