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Everyone gets angry sometimes, it’s the frequency and severity of your partner’s reactions that should act as a guide for your concerns.Expressing anger, even by yelling, can release tension, frustration and pain—if done in a safe manner; but it should not be used as a method of control in any situation."Maybe tomorrow, she'll finally start looking for a job and stop asking me to support her while she spends all day sitting on the couch and claiming she's actually trying to launch her dream of singing in an avant-garde tambourine band.
Some people like creating a dynamic where everyone is on their side and at odds with each other and those people should be avoided like the plague.
Perhaps your partner likes to have an hour or two of quiet after work; maybe texts coming or going late at night aren’t appreciated—these might be signs of a person who prioritizes time alone rather than a person who’s living a double life.
Maybe you found a relationship that worked in all the right ways: the two of you are compatible, have a strong network of friends, have a great sex life, and genuinely enjoy each other’s company. If all of this feel-goodness seems to vaporize over night, you have a red flag on your hands.
While personality quirks or bad habits can be overlooked or change over time, there are some red flags that should not be ignored as they might be indicative of more serious—even dangerous—concerns.
Relationships can make us want to explain away or even deny uneasy feelings, but these red flags should never be ignored.