Dating what are red flags
The willingness to share information about your own history, interests and offerings is essential to conveying availability and interest.If they’re not willing to do so, perhaps they’re not as available and interested as you are.
While we're supposed to embrace our partners' flaws throughout our relationships, more times than not, we completely dismiss red flags in the early stages because we're so focused on how great things are. But if he's spending all his time with you, doesn't that indicate that you're all he has and that he's going to become extremely needy? But then again, if he never takes “no” for an answer, does he respect your boundaries?
He'll get disappointed when you can't hang out and will probably kick up a stink about it.
Red Flag #2: They only post photos, but don’t bother to fill out the details of their profile.
If they’re really interested in finding a partner, they’ll take a few minutes to share some details about both themselves and what they seek in a partner.
A typical story from a new client: A tall, good-looking guy, making over $150,000 with great photos, emails her. After four days, for whatever reason, he sends 50 mean/snarky texts between midnight and 3AM.