sequence of updating my transas ecdis - Red flags when dating a guy

How can you trust anything someone says if the foundation you started on was all bullsh*t?

Someone who is a liar is probably a consistent and pathological liar.

It's just one of those moral codes you either live by or you don't.

I am a reporter and producer for a USA Today paper in small town Pennsylvania. I like poems, books, tacos, pillows, good music and other people's dogs.

When we meet a potential love interest in person, we’re taught to look for certain red flags—like being rude to the waiter, calling incessantly or not at all, or claiming that his favorite book is The Da Vinci Code.

If you’re looking for a boyfriend/husband/relationship, he’s not the one. If this is already a problem on the first date, it’s only going to get worse with time. If he doesn’t respect your spoken boundaries or very clear “no thank you” body language, run. Even less extreme examples of controlling behavior are to be headed as red-flag warnings. A glass or two might take the edge off, but getting drunk on a first date might indicate a more serious problem. You want someone who will build into your life, not bring you down.

Last modified 05-Sep-2014 02:02