My Ex Boyfriend Still Blames me for our Breakup 3 Years Later! Today on Dear Sybersue Sherry writes to me about her situation and having
You should both be in a place where you are on a reciprocated page with how you are feeling about each other. Yes, even in the early stages! When a new relationship is going in the right direction you don’t have to ask the questions, “Are they really interested in me?” “Where is this going?” or “Are we exclusive with each other?” If you have to ask, it is probably time to move on from them.
Red Flags are big warning signs that you should be paying close attention to when you are first getting to know someone. The fact that you are “ignoring” these flags shows that you know they are there but you would rather put up with them in a relationship than to be single and lonely. Hanging around and hoping things will change is not a healthy scenario to put yourself it.
You may not be aware that some of your actions are sabotaging your relationships and it never hurts to get a professional opinion. It offers a different perspective that could really add clarification as to why a pattern has occurred.
When you are ready to choose a partner to share your life with, it is so important to take your time and pay close attention to what is actually transpiring between the two of you as a couple. The last thing you want to do is settle for a relationship just because you have decided it’s time to take the next step toward what you think should be happening.
Communication is #1 in a partnership and is the glue to maintaining a long and healthy commitment. It helps keep everything in your relationship connected. Always pay attention to what is going on in your relationship and never be the last to know that your partnership is in trouble!!