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Red flags on dating

If you are on a date with someone who acts rudely to wait staff, cashiers, or others, don’t set off on a sermon about how to treat people – save your energy for someone better.

(I wish I were kidding.) This is a serious red flag (showing no respect for boundaries) and you need to walk the other direction when you see it early in a dating relationship.

Acts rudely or disrespectfully to others during the date.

"When they're obviously hiding something and you ask about it and they get mad."-Joanne Macs13.

"If he wants to go through your phone but won't let you go through his phone."-Bickles T14.

If you’re on a date with someone who has a jealous streak, you can identify that streak by looking for the following signs: asking too many questions about your past relationships; asking too many questions about the type of person you’re attracted to; tracking your eyes when you’re out and following them to see who you’re looking at; and asking you questions that seem too specific about who you socialize with on any given occasion.

I believe completely in the possibility for someone to change, but jealousy is one of the harder traits to treat and it takes a long time in therapy (often a couple years or more) for the jealous individual to understand what causes the jealousy and to learn how to let it go. Ever notice a pillow propped up on a couch that has a nifty little proverb stitched or needlepointed on it?

"I met this guy on Tinder, we texted back and forth for awhile.