Red Flags: Longing gazes at wedding-dress magazines, a season pass for TLC's A Wedding Story on her Ti Vo, or hours and hours of inane wedding talk while on the phone with her friends all signify you've got a future Bridezilla just dying to get behind the veil. Suggest a ménage à trois-or float the idea of an open relationship.
Make sure you tell her it's your life goal to "experience" many people. Then she's slipping her hands into your pockets-and reaching for your wallet.
She's a complete wild child and free spirit, until you discover she was saving herself-for you.
Phil warn you about red flags in romantic relationships, and I’ve got a few to add to the list!
I’ve found in my clinical work with singles and couples that there are a few red flags that are more serious – or redder, if you will – than others. There’s no need to expand any further – you’ll know it when you see it, and you have to kick that date to the curb right away.
Whether you've just started a new relationship or have been dating for a while, it's not uncommon to overlook your partner's flaws. These love goggles blind you to the negativity he may be bringing to your life or how horrible of a person she is… All of these red flags can be signs that the relationship won't last long, or that there will be a fair amount of arguments coming your way.
because you're just so obsessed with how great your boyfriend or girlfriend seems. You're either his rebound, filler until he's over her, or his pancake. Love goggles certainly are blinding but take this reality check and reevaluate your relationship. Unwritten is THE online destination for female millennials to come together and share their uninhibited opinions on life, dating, and fashion.