Honor those relationships [with the people I cared most about] with respect, honesty, loyalty, trustworthiness

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And admitting wrongs and making amends when we fall short and hurt those people in ways big or small, no matter how humbling that may be.

https://beautybeyondbones.com/2020/09/28/making-amends

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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Break Up Frustrations: Words that no one wants to hear

how difficult it is for our generation to have emotionally vulnerable conversations, which has led to people using these generic responses. I think when you’re romantic and intimate with people you should have the respect to be vulnerable and have an open conversation with them. Therefore, I wanted to give my interpretation on what I have taken these responses to mean.

https://ethnicalconundrum.home.blog/2019/10/16/words-that-no-one-wants-to-hear