Borderline dating

Other than listening to the person tell their life-story, what else can a person go off of early on in the relationship if the person doesn't exhibit any obvious red flags?Longer Lasting wrote: My wife and I are both from the same town.He is an oncologist - and a very good one - and she is basically just a rich housewife who goes through a bunch of nannies and au pairs because they always get fed up with her instability. Very far away.broken detector wrote: I know a thread on this topic was posted a few years ago, but I'm wondering if guys can chime in on how long it took for them to realize something was wrong and if there were early warning signs they just didn't pick up on.I am not sure whether she disclosed that she would like to have sex with her parents within the 3 month time frame or not. Some red flags are obvious, but a lot of people can do a great job hiding their negative traits to the point few people would suspect that anything is amiss.After living in Denver for about a decade, we moved back to our hometown to raise a family.A girl that had grown up with us had also moved back and had a husband that was a pretty cool guy, so we hung out a good amount.

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So now the wife just sits on Facebook and writes nasty things about her children's father and his wife, nearly a decade after she divorced him for allegedly cheating on her. Believe it or not, he still make sure to check in on the ex-wife regardless of what she says about him and puts up with loads of stuff that would send me over the edge. Anyway, that is the only experience I have had with it.

Other than listening to the person tell their life-story, what else can a person go off of early on in the relationship if the person doesn't exhibit any obvious red flags? He was fat and short so he thought she was cute (she wasn't) and she was super rich so there were some perks.

She started out maybe a little demanding but not that strange.

I know a thread on this topic was posted a few years ago, but I'm wondering if guys can chime in on how long it took for them to realize something was wrong and if there were early warning signs they just didn't pick up on.

Some red flags are obvious, but a lot of people can do a great job hiding their negative traits to the point few people would suspect that anything is amiss.

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