It’s a red flag for me when someone is not inclined to maintain relationships with their former lovers

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It certainly doesn’t bode well for us, considering that most romantic/sexual relationships end.

https://polywithabigheart.com/2020/08/03/friends-with-my-exes

Allow yourselves to be a part of each other’s lives and lifestyles because nothing matters more than understanding someone’s way of life because that can either make you or break you as partners

I don’t believe that males and females can be just friends without something having been there or someone wishing circumstances were different and I always tell this to my boyfriend I am very uncomfortable with him having a deeper understanding and connection with his female friends then that he has or could ever develop for me. Now I cannot say society has influenced this feeling/decision but it has been experiences and that for me is an opinion that no one can change and one that I influence upon society because of the lack of mental and emotional relationships between partners.

https://yougottacrawlfirst.wordpress.com/2020/07/05/mental-connections-vs-societys-influence

If you’re considering reaching out to a former friend or estranged family member, Kirmayer suggests you first ask yourself why you want to reconnect

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You need to be honest with yourself about whether you’re genuinely interested in rebuilding a relationship or just bored or wanting a larger network at the moment. If someone reaches out to you, there’s no need to engage unless you want to — and feel it is safe to do so.

https://globalnews.ca/news/6863449/friendships-coronavirus

RED FLAGS IN RELATIONSHIPS

attitude, online dating, relationships, trust

Vdina's Thoughts

WHEN AND HOW SHOULD THEY BE NOTICED?

Everybody talks about red flags but the rising rate of broken relationships and marriages shows that nobody looks out for them. So the question is when and how should red flags be noticed? Before recognizing red flags, you should work on yourself first, get to know your likes and turnoffs, honestly itemize your strengths, weaknesses and bad habits. Work on your attitude and behavioral patterns, improve your relationships with people, control your emotions; stop deceiving yourself by saying I’m keeping it real NO! keeping it real does not mean you should let your emotions control your actions and speech like a raging bull out of control.

When you have properly worked on yourself, then you would have to itemize your red flags; that is signs that the individual would not be a good match for you. When doing this you would have to…

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