what if they think it's fine to carry on intense emotional texts and conversations with someone else as long as they never physically cheat?
Heck, maybe one of you wants an open relationship and the other will never be okay with that idea.
Whether that means working together on a compromise or accepting that a person is just all wrong for you, here are some neon warning signs to be on the look out for.
It sounds irresistible at first, but there's nothing more infuriating than being put on a pedestal by a partner.
important that you and your partner have a similar libido or, at the very least, a plan to handle any differences.
Do they spend an entire day being cruel to you and nearly pushing you to your emotional limit, then abruptly turn on the charm with zero explanation or apology, only to switch back into monster mode as soon as you start to trust their good mood? of problems (in terms of your social life, your careers, and even when the hell you get to spend time together) if they perk up at 10 P. just as you're getting ready to turn in for the night. For starters, why would they want to date someone they don't trust?
If a person is behind on life milestones or doesn't quite have their shit together on the surface, what matters more than their situation is how they about it.
Are they just unmotivated as hell (in which case, NEXT), or are they only behind because of a big sacrifice or setback in their life?
If insecurity dictates a person's life, it can just as easily dictate their relationship.
What if your partner thinks it's totally chill to hook up with someone else as long as they aren't, like, in love with them?