Online dating danger signs
You ask him any iteration of relationship check-up questions and he’s either unsure, needs more time, or tables the topic entirely.
It’s completely fair to ask if he sees long-term potential in the relationship, his view on commitment and marriage, and other “big picture” questions.
No, not the guy who said all of these offensive things or treated a woman disrespectfully.
It can even feel like too much work starting over with someone new.To make a relationship work, you need a sense of the areas for growth. Coming to a common understanding of what makes you both tick or what went terribly in a previous relationship can help strengthen the current one.Of course the point is not to gossip about exes or fixate on past relationships.But deep down you may have a nagging feeling that something just isn’t right.While often red flags come in the more obvious forms (he is verbally abusive, physically aggressive) it’s the more subtle ones we miss.