3. Avoids Meeting Friends And Family
If they don’t show any interest in introducing you to their family or wanting to meet yours, they aren’t interested in the relationship. Even if later, couples do eventually want to meet people important to you. If not, it isn’t a good sign.
4. 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.
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.
6. They make themselves wanted
Such partners employ what we call basic principles of economics—supply and demand— to guarantee they’re wanted. It’s easy manipulation, but at some point or another, we’ve all been fooled by it. They know they’re the only “supply” around for you so they make loads of demand to make them one hot commodity…by restricting their time and affection. Not a good sign. If you see this supply and demand, sell your stocks and leave. *Continue reading on next page*