Sometimes we get so wrapped up in the excitement of something new, we lose sight of what’s best and healthy for our lives.
This can mean overdoing it with an exercise regimen or diet, it can mean missing important details about a new job; and it can most certainly relate to our relationships.
If you or a friend experience these behaviors from a partner, remember: it is not your fault and there are advocates waiting to help.
"Red flags" include someone who: Abuse is never the fault of the victim and it can be hard for many reasons, including safety, to end the relationship.
Here are some red flags I experienced in a relationship that told me I needed to get out: 1.
Abusive behavior isn’t as simple as we, as a society, want it to be.