9 Red Flags 🚩 in a Relationship πŸ’‘ No One ❌ Tells You about πŸ™Š ...


But they mean you're in trouble with him

Don't you hate it when after you break up with someone you start seeing hundreds of red flags you didn't pay attention to? And then you ask yourself "Why didn't I see those things before?"

Well, my dear, you just didn't look for them.

Searching for relationship red flags when you're happy is probably not your favourite thing to do right now, but maybe the fact you're reading this should tell you - there's already a bell ringing in your head. Let's see if you should pay attention to it.

There are plenty of red flags everyone tells you about, so you know that if he's a bit too controlling, overprotective or down talks to you - that's a loud alarm.

However, I don't want to talk about the obvious things here. There are 8 red flags in a relationship with a man no one talks about, but they should. Some of them are not even related to you. However, they will affect you if the relationship gets too serious one day.

How do I know them? I saw all of them in one man, and it didn't end well for me. So, from the bottom of my way-too-many-times-got-broken heart - be aware!

1. β€œLet's Take It Slow and See How It Goes...”

Yep, that's what he tells you at the beginning of your dating history, and you think "Wow, he's been hurt and he just wants to do it right this time...just like me." You might be right, I admit. But that's a rare case of honesty. However, "take it slow and see how it goes" is a huge red flag.


Well, it's more than clear that none of you will go further in the relationship before he feels ready to do so. But putting obvious breaks at the very beginning means he doesn't want you to get emotionally involved too much, because ... he doesn't want to get emotionally involved too much.

So one day, when he needs a few weeks "alone" and you're not alright with it, it's easier for him to say "I told you I want to take it slow, but it's going too fast. I need some time."

No, he doesn't say it because he's madly in love and needs time to comprehend his storming feelings for you. He’s just playing self-centred relationship game... with you.

He gets what he needs when he needs it, and you mistake it for a "protecting his heart" moment.

He Isolates Himself Once in a While and Doesn't Say Why