Red flags list on dating for women
You will inherit the Rescuer mantle and constantly have some family member in crisis, needing to sleep on your couch, get a loan, etc.
He seems quiet gentle, even courteous most of the time, but blasts off like a raging maniac while watching sports on TV or ranting about social or religious injustice.
On paper, it appears these actions and behaviors are changeable, but it’s not that easy.
Too many women are misled by the romantic myth that men are "diamonds in the rough" and we are supposed to "help" them become better men, often by sacrificing our own needs.
As the mother of this Heartless Bitch once said, "A man is who he is by his 16th birthday.
Don't enter a relationship expecting him to change, because he won't, even if it is better for him and he knows it.
If they do TWO or more things, lace those shoes up tight, and start RUNNING.
Unless the person has years of therapy to break the cycle, you run the risk of your own marriage turning into a non-stop board and care facility/bail bond agency, bank etc.Being partnered with a Jekyll/Hyde type who is a saint in public and a schmuck in private is a nightmare because no one wants to believe that such an altruist could possibly be abusive in private.There is a small but important subsection of assholes who go into good cause work or the ministry precisely to conceal, even to themselves, their own dark sides.The following is a list of red flags for you to notice and pay attention to when dating someone or beginning a new relationship.Some of them are indicators that the relationship may become abusive.