Unacceptable behavior and dating
at something as subjective as dating, but there are definitely ways to be kinda bad at it--and many of us are at our worst in our teens and early twenties.
Relationships can make us want to explain away or even deny uneasy feelings, but these red flags should never be ignored.There are 100 reasons your partner’s persona can shift, even dramatically.Before diving into the bottomless pool of worst-case scenarios, decide if an event has flipped their world upside-down. Trauma—in any form—can do crazy things to our sense of well-being, so it’s best to tread lightly while you figure out the source.Everyone gets angry sometimes, it’s the frequency and severity of your partner’s reactions that should act as a guide for your concerns.Expressing anger, even by yelling, can release tension, frustration and pain—if done in a safe manner; but it should not be used as a method of control in any situation.Similarly, if, on a regular basis, your partner refuses to discuss other aspects of their day, keeping details of his or her whereabouts or activities from you, this could be indicative of a greater problem.
If they are unwilling to share even the most benign details of their life with you, how are you to connect on a more intimate level? Now, there is a difference between being a private person and being secretive.
This can mean overdoing it with an exercise regimen or diet, it can mean missing important details about a new job, and it can most certainly relate to our relationships.
The lure and sparkle of a partnership can blind us to areas of incompatibility or relationship red flags.
Here are some habits most of us would be better off leaving behind...
(And of course, you should never consent to anything you don't want to do.) As long as their kink isn't hurting anyone, all you have to do is go your separate ways with a simple "no thanks, not my thing."I think somewhere along the line we start to confuse "refusing to settle" with "refusing to put up with anyone who isn't absolutely obsessed with us without question," and that just never ends how our parents treat each other when we're not around?
If you are answering ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you may need to take a step back from the situation to observe your partner’s patterns. If you discover it can not, removing yourself from the relationship may be the best thing for your mental and spiritual well-being, as well as your physical safety.