How Not To Miss the Red Flags While Dating

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  1. Eileen says:

    These are great tips. Too often, I do get caught up. Even when I do see a slight hint of something, I’ve told myself “it’s not worth losing him.” TUH!! Once I learned to enjoy my own company and be confident in myself all that went away.

    • Tiffany Rae'Shan says:

      I think many of us have been guilty of that, overlooking things for the sake of companionship. Not any more! Thanks for reading!

  2. Pennie says:

    This speaks to me. I wrote a post on being happily single because I had come to a lot of conclusions after my divorce. I was not going to repeat the cycle, and while doing that I discovered I like being single! Not shutting down relationships but I found myself again and I’m no longer longing for companionship like you would after a break up. Awesome, awesome, stuff!!

    • Tiffany Rae'Shan says:

      It is so liberating when you get to that place right?! That’s awesome! Thanks for reading! I need to check out your post!

  3. Tisha says:

    This post is golden! Tips are spot on! I especially love what you said about asking your friends to pray with you, it’s not something I’ve ever really thought about before, yet I’ve never hesistated to ask them to pray about upcoming exams, job interviews or health. Love this! Thank you for sharing 💙

  4. I absolutely love your post. Those are all mistakes I made in the past with previous relationships. I wish I had taken the time to do everything you mentioned here, especially when it comes to time spent together.

    • Tiffany Rae'Shan says:

      We are all learning from our mistakes here which is all that matters. Thanks for reading!

  5. Girl you are preaching!! So many red flags I’ve ignored to get my heart nearly broken but now I’m on it. I kept reading and snapping my fingers like yes ma’am!

    xx,
    Aïchatou Bella

    http://www.stilettosandstandards.com

  6. Giselle says:

    I may see red flags (my intuition is very strong) but I brush them off as if it’s nothing, until it’s something lol. So now I’m learning to really listen to my intuition and letting go of people without feeling guilty.

  7. This is on point, especially prayer! I also love that you mentioned pacing yourself. Slow down and truly see what’s in front of you.