Incompatibility flags are the anti-namaste experience. listen to the intuitive voice that will speak to you the very information you need.The last sociopath I dated told me on the first date exactly who he was, my inner voice showed me the moment over and over again, but being enamored as I was, I put it aside for later review because it wasn’t a Danger Zone flag.Obvious Anger Management Troubles: Statements like, “That guy cut me off on the road, so I followed him for five miles.” Or, “He/she made me so mad I popped him/her in the mouth.” Any indication of violence without the concern for the impact on others, any remorse, or with complete entitlement are certainly more than you might be interested in for your new significant other.Stories of How They’ve Hurt (with No Remorse): What they’ve done to others, they will do to you.Making changes within yourself takes an enormous amount of work, time, and energy.So many people don’t have access to the information or assistance that they need to find positive coping strategies.It culminates with a bad sexual experience and a breakup over text that, predictably, doesn't go well. Here are eight things you should think about next time you start texting someone new to know if they are even worth your time.
Controlling Ways: Someone who has opinions about you or your behavior as early as the first date, or who needs to know what you are doing and who you are doing it with within the first month.Back in the day, most relationships began face to face.That may have limited the dating pool, but at least you were able to get a decent read on someone right away.Some ways of coping are negotiable and others are flat out deal breakers.If you or your date have been abused, betrayed, or unloved in any way, it can make a new love difficult but with the right support you can negotiate your way through.But someone who is regularly "missing" your messages needs to be given a miss. If you are putting in all the work and effort to initiate the conversation or keep it going, you're better off just letting them go. The sooner you recognize the problem and deal with it, the sooner you will be available to meet someone new and better for you. You deserve someone who is just as eager and excited to get to know you as you are about them. On its own, it's clearly lame, but more importantly, it’s a sign of a larger misogynistic dating philosophy that, trust me, you want no part of.If you are texting someone and get interrupted for a few minutes, only to come back to your phone to resume the convo and discover a nasty "I guess you’re busy"-style text, that’s a big ol’ red flag.What that says is that you're probably dealing with someone who is insecure and passive aggressive.Another sign you’re texting a passive aggressive person is that they just go silent on you as punishment for not replying fast enough or not saying what they want to hear.