This kind of behavior is one of the first indicators that maybe this is someone who cannot be trusted.
If you are on your first or second date and they are constantly talking about or blaming their ex (or ex’s), this indicates to me that something is unresolved about their last relationship.
As you get to know someone, you will obviously share histories and more about your past, but the warning sign I am referring to is when they keep talking in a blaming way about a past relationship early on in the dating process.
If they react badly to an open and honest request, then that in itself tells you what kind of person they are. And if they can’t, they let you know or give an explanation – rather than just pretending it didn’t happen.
It’s not about everything having to be perfect – it’s about actions and words being misaligned. Another warning sign to look out for is if they are endlessly bad mouthing their ex.
In this week’s Real Love Revolution video, we’re going to be breaking down the top five high-alert warning signals that you should not ignore if you are dating online or using dating apps.
Many people have asked me to talk about how to protect themselves in the online dating world, so in this video, we are going to look at how can you stop wasting your precious life and time with people who aren’t who they say they are or who aren’t serious about being in a relationship.
A man may indicate that his favorite movie is When Harry Met Sally and he loves romantic walks on the beach. But, in reality, most men would choose to watch basketball on TV over the beach walk, and Dirty Harry is a more likely contender in the "Favorite Movie" category.
"Little white lies" on someone's profile may be harmless, but there are some creeps trolling the online dating services.
Fantasy men typically chat up a storm and never ask the woman out. Most online dating services ask participants to fill out long questionnaires about themselves.
Women usually put a lot of thought into these, but men don't.
For example, if they say they will call at an agreed day or time and then call a day or two late, acting as if they never agreed to call you earlier.