Red flags in relationships shouldn’t be dismissed.

1. They don’t take out time for you

If they keep saying they can’t spare some time for you while they go and give others time, it’s a strong red flag. You need to see you clearly aren’t at the top of their priority list. People make time for those who matter to them; loving those who don’t even look at their schedule to give you time. If not, take it as a sign they aren’t who you thought they were.

2. You hesitate to take their help

Feeling hesitant and doubtful while asking for help from your partner is a major red flag. Example; if you feel weird about asking them to bring you some groceries and ask a friend instead, they might not be the “right one” for you. Being with the “right one” puts you in a comfortable zone to ask them for help whenever you want.


3. The relationship is just physical

Long-lasting relationships are based on love and trust, not just the physical aspect. If your partner’s connection with you is restricted to this aspect alone, chances are they might get bored from you and move on to someone else due to lack of depth and objectivity in your relationship. It’s a major red flag so please don’t ignore it when you realize it.

4. They make you feel shameful about your feelings

You shouldn’t be with someone who, after you open up to them emotionally, make you feel ashamed for it. Feelings aren’t meant to be justified, they just are. We’ve all felt this at some point in our relationship… laid our feelings to them then have them criticize them. That’s not a good sign.

5. They aren’t loyal

On one hand, you’re looking for a solid relationship; on the other, your partner isn’t instead dating others… doesn’t it sound like a red flag to you? Dating this person means you should be on the same page. If not, they may never be emotionally there for you.

H/T:  RelRules