Sometimes guys get so concerned with making a good impression that they forget to look for red flags when dating.Next thing they know they wind up stuck in a relationship with a girl who is nothing but trouble.We are sometimes blind, or just willfully ignorant of the exchanges we agree to in relationships, and while no relationship is without give and take, an early red flag for me is when expectations of some kind of exchange are overt.2.He says weird things"Weird" is subjective, so this is one of those areas where you just have to trust your instincts, but if something he says hits a weird note with you, follow it up and see where it goes, because it might be someplace gross.Here are six common big red flags that you should be aware of.Keep these in the back of your mind as you navigate your romantic relationships and—trust us on this one—run from any guy who commits them.1. Many of us have been there: kinda-sorta seeing a guy, hooking up with him consistently, but not really knowing where we stand … We've learned the hard way that just because you're sleeping with a guy, going out to dinner, receiving flowers from him on your birthday, and spending the night at his place every weekend, you're not "official" unless you've had "the talk." If These 10 Things Are Happening, It's A BOOTY Call (Sorry!
Any kind of contract Obviously he's not bringing a lawyer on a first date, but I find one way to examine relationships, especially early on, when things tend to be less complex, is by examining the quid pro quos.
Outrageous reactions Women tend to be more emotional than men, but that doesn’t mean every emotional outburst is warranted.
Girls who regularly have explosive emotional reactions over things that are no big deal are showing they’re emotionally immature.
Either we buy into the idea that the dude should always be the one to take the lead and initiate some kind of "what are we? It's totally normal to fear rejection—sometimes not knowing is a lot more bearable than hearing "no." And, sure, by not bringing it up, you'll be able to stay in your whatever-this-is state longer.
But, as any gal who's been in relationship purgatory can attest, the confusion can cause more anxiety than a missed period.