Browsing All posts tagged under »red flags«

#5: Self-Destructive

July 9, 2013


As a general rule, people who destroy themselves usually have no qualms about destroying the lives and relationships of others. I want you to remember that the next time you’re tempted to save someone who is intent on destroying himself. Does the self-destructive person need help? Yes. Does the self-destructive person need love and empathy? […]

#1. Lack of Empathy

June 20, 2013


If there’s one personality characteristic that almost often scares me off and sends me running in the other direction, it’s a lack of empathy.  You know why?  Because at the foundation of every personality disorder, every sociopathic intention and every psychopathic tendency is a lack of empathy. This doesn’t mean that a person who struggles […]

Bad Relationship Series: The list

June 18, 2013


When I analyze the bad relationships I’ve had in the past, a few things tend to continuously pop up. Although each bad relationship I’ve participated in has its own unique destructive tendencies, there are some common denominators between them. Certain characteristics and personality traits seem to yield themselves to bad relationships.  And not just in […]

7 Big Red Flags You Can Spot Immediately

July 7, 2010


In my last post, I discussed the difference between signs and red flags. Signs are invitations for intelligent women to gather more information whereas red flags are warnings to not get involved.Here are seven, big red flags you’ll want to watch out for when you’re talking with a potential partner. If any of these flags appear, […]

Red Flags and Signs

July 5, 2010


I used to be a big “sign” person. Whenever I’d face an important decision, I would ask for “a sign.” Do I take job x or job y? Do I go on another date with this guy or not? Should I stay in this relationship or let it go? Such big decisions. I didn’t trust […]