Red flags you shouldn’t avoid EVER!

Red Flags
Alvin Mahmudov

Most of us will have at least one, if not a few, significant relationships during our lifetime. Our first intimate encounters may be more difficult or challenging because we’re new to the experience of forming an intimate bond with another person, and may not really know what we’re doing and what to expect. A red flag is a good intuitive image to help you process what you’re really feeling. But time and experience should help us navigate through future relationships in a much better way. Wedding Affair brings to you a few red flags that you should never ignore in a relationship.

Lack Of Communication

These individuals find it difficult to talk about issues or express how they feel. Often, when it would seem most important to be open and honest, they distance themselves emotionally, leaving their partner hanging, or having to deal with a situation on their own. Often, whatever is communicated is expressed through moodiness, and sometimes the dreaded silent treatment.

Irresponsible, Immature And Unpredictable

Some people have trouble mastering basic life skills—taking care of themselves, managing their finances and personal space, holding onto a job, and making plans for their life and future. Small crises surrounding the way they live their daily life may take up a lot of time and energy. If so, there may be little time and energy left for you and your issues. These people may still be working on growing up. In other words, it may be hard to rely on them for almost anything.

Lack Of trust

When a person has difficulty being honest with himself or herself, it may be hard for them to be honest with you. Some of this behavior may not be calculated and malicious but simply a learned way or habit of coping. However, being out-and-out lied to is a no-brainer. A person who holds himself or herself unaccountable for their actions lacks integrity and lacks respect for their partner. You may feel, and rightly so, that there are a lot of missing pieces, so much that you don’t know or that is purposely hidden from you. Keep your eyes open for this red flag.

Alex Iby

Controlling Behavior

A partner may attempt to divide and conquer, driving a wedge between you and other significant people in your life. They may be jealous of your ongoing relationships with these people or simply feel the need to control where you go and who you associate with, limiting your world to allow in only what is important to them. Sometimes, they may make you choose them over significant others as an expression of love.

Non-resolution Of Past Relationships

These include not just intimate relationships but those with family members and friends. If a person is unable to evaluate why past relationships haven’t worked out, or consistently blames the other party for all of the problems, you can bet with a great deal of confidence that the same thing could happen with your relationship. This red flag should never be ignored.

Red Flags
Annette Sousa

You Don’t Feature On Their Social Media Accounts After A Few Months

This is niche and should come with a disclaimer: if you or your partner are not on social media, or you use Instagram solely to follow cat fan accounts, you can probably ignore the following. But if you are one of those people whose partner scrolls through Instagram/Twitter/Facebook religiously and has a history of featuring exes on their profile, it might be bad news if they haven’t posted about you yet. The one exception? If it’s a business account. In that case, not wanting to post selfies of you both in front of the Eiffel Tower complete with love-heart emojis and #CoupleGoals is fair enough.

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