Dating commitment red flags
We would ask you: Why you are attracting a person who is troubled?
Are you: a) An emotional “rescuer” seeking wounded people in order to help them and therefore feel a sense of control or esteem in the relationship?
In fact many of the people who utter those very statements are often in relationships – but they are not emotionally available or capable of the intimacy required for a relationship to THRIVE.
Relationships Are Actually Logical Relationships are emotional; therefore a person who is emotionally stable is able to create a stable relationship.
As much as it’s important to be open to both of your individual differences, there are certain red flags that can show up early in a relationship that, when ignored, end up being a relationship’s downfall.
If you’re used to wearing your heart on your sleeve or falling in love hard and fast, then it’s important to be aware of the following red flags so that you don’t waste time with people that aren’t meant for you.
In a relationship, it’s important for both partners to feel like they’re being pursued because it creates a mutual sense of desire for one another.
So, if you find yourself making the first move every time, they just might not be that into you.
If your partner sits docilely by while you suggest hangouts or date ideas, then it won’t be long before you realize that you’re wasting your time chasing them.b) Fearful of getting hurt or “commitment phobic” and seek emotional distance and safety by dating people who are not emotionally available?c) Experiencing a lack of self-worth in the area of love or believe you are “not lovable” and therefore are attracted to people who are not emotionally available or capable of fully loving you?There are other reasons, but these are without a doubt the main ones.
Regardless of the list that goes on, if you are consistently in relationships where you are struggling for love , we lovingly encourage you to do some inner work and heal what’s Under Mind.
Life is a mirror and your results reveal what works as well as what doesn’t.