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Ignore 5 Red flags for good Relationships

Ignore 6 Red flags for good Relationships According toUsers
When you’ve just entered a new relationship, it’s important to look out for red flags. However, one of the downsides of the commitment-phobic culture that we live in today is that people give up on each other a little too easily. The minute that you tell your friends and other person did wrong, their response is, “He’s the worst.”

The reality is that no one is perfect, and sometimes it’s worth getting to know someone a little bit and figuring out the motivation. Lots of time opposites really do attract, and your strength can provide support for some of their weaknesses.

1. Age Difference
one Reddit user wrote. “12 years together and 6 years married, it’s never been an issue!”  and another said “Both of our families were worried the 7 year age gap (I was 21 and she 28),”

2. Anxiety Issues
“She’d worry over the lots of smallest and very smallest things,” one Reddit user wrote. “Anything that went wrong (dentist, food going off, traffic, not having enough time to wash her hair) would send her into a panic and put her in a foul mood that could last for hours. I’m the exact opposite. Completely laid back.”

3. An Odd Sense of Humor
“My spouse [has a] very weird and unusual sense of humor,” one Reddit user wrote. “I was afraid he was mentally unstable. He would draw weird cartoons, mimic people’s voices and mannerisms (creepily accurate) .”

4. “He or she is a Loser”
“When I met him, my husband had just closed his Motor Car showroom,” one Reddit user wrote. “I had a few people who didn’t know him at all tell me that he was a loser because he had a comic book store and that ‘type’ never does well in life. ”
“I mistook my husband’s relaxed attitude with not caring,” one Reddit user wrote. “Nope. He really is that easy going. Now I love his even temperament. Some times is annoying but is mostly calming.”


5. Bad Parental Relationships
“I was always told to date a man that treats his mom right and is a ‘family man’ because I could expect him to treat me the right way,” one Reddit user wrote. “My SO hates his mom and has always been private about his family. We celebrate 7 years together next month, and I’ve never regretted looking past the family thing.”

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