Red flags when dating a guy
And if any relationship strife or negative emotions he experiences are pinned as being you’re fault, he is not someone you want to be involved with.
This is not only a sign of an emotionally immature person, it’s also a big sign of narcissism.
If he doesn’t want what you want — he doesn’t want the same kind go relationship, doesn’t want kids, doesn’t want to bring religion into the home, doesn’t want to live in a city, etc., then cut your losses before you get in too deep.
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You aren’t responsible for the entire relationship or his emotional wellbeing.
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I was crazy about him but the relationship was totally toxic and dysfunctional (for a lot of the reasons on this list! A small voice inside always said he would leave me for someone else and it hung over the relationship like a cloud.