As I keep saying whenever I talk about relationship, you can never get perfect person. its actually impossible. Some people will deny this on the basis that their partner is perfect and that there is nothing negative about him or her. But this notion is flawed. You see your partner as perfect because you’re for him/her have blinded you to those flaws. You just have settle with someone willing to make the effort to be perfect.
Marriage is a lifetime commitment. My dear ladies be careful who you settle with. Don’t make excuses and say you didn’t realize when enough was enough. Ghpage.com brings you four red flag attitude you should quickly exit the relationship when you see your man indulges in.
1) He gets violent, whether he hits you or not
No healthy relationship can be built on violence and most important foundation of fear. He may not be beating you or touching you physically, but he may be emotionally draining you negatively. You may not see it as much of a problem now because you think you love him. But imagine living with this the rest of your life. An abusive man is an abusive man. Abusive people don’t change. Run for your life.
2) He is a chronic cheat:
You should know that is just not the act of cheating that is the deal breaker here. Its the abuse of trust, disrespect and the risk to your well being (STDS).
Some people will say there are couples who have battled infidelity and have emerged victorious and even stronger. But the issue is, how long are you going to nurse a cheat back to life? If for just a little moment of pleasure he risk your life, disrespects you, is it worth it? would you like to settle with someone who would put his wants and desire first before yours. If he is selfish enough to always disregard your security and trust and chase anything in skirts, RUN!
3) He suffers from drug addiction:
Addiction can vary from much less-extreme, like cigarettes, to main points such as drug, alcohol, pornography and sex. There are many honour badges to be earned by standing by your man when he’s fallen on hard times. But CAUTION if you stick with a man combating demons, namely addiction you should remember that, Somebody who suffers from dependency will do something – and I mean anything – to get their fix, even on the expense of those they love. So except you’d like to be second to whatever vices he has, it could be time to ‘leave smoke’
4) He doesn’t claim or proclaim you:
Many ladies will spend time in limbo-like relationships with guys who won’t give them the girlfriend title. Here’s the reality: When you’ve been dating a man for longer than six to nine months and he hasn’t made you an official part of his life, it’s time to MOVE ON. Stop making excuses for why things aren’t progressing to the next level; you’ll only waste time and your time is worth greater than that. Don’t settle for less since you don’t desire a man who makes you a bargain-bin find. If he is aware of your price, he’ll declare and proclaim you and there will be few conversations about how ‘he isn’t ready.?