If your partner seems as if they’re up to no good, they very well might be.
If your partner seems to keep you compartmentalized from certain areas of their life, this might be a red flag for dishonesty.
If your partner’s interest in your day-to-day activities seems a little much, it may be cause for concern.
Using anger to instill fear in another is unacceptable behavior in any relationship.Pay attention to the direction your partner’s anger is directed. Are you expected to absorb the negativity, even if you had nothing to do with the situation?While this may not seem like as big a deal as the previous red flags, the inability to say “I’m sorry” to a partner can have far-reaching repercussions.If your partner refuses to apologize when he or she has done something wrong, this is a red flag for a perception of inequality in the relationship.There are 100 reasons your partner’s persona can shift, even dramatically.
Before diving into the bottomless pool of worst-case scenarios, decide if an event has flipped their world upside-down. Trauma—in any form—can do crazy things to our sense of well-being, so it’s best to tread lightly while you figure out the source.
This inequality can be interpreted two ways, however; your task will be to uncover the ‘why’ before you can address the issue.
In the first scenario, an inability to say “I’m sorry” can be a way for your partner to project dominance or superiority in the relationship.
Similarly, if, on a regular basis, your partner refuses to discuss other aspects of their day, keeping details of his or her whereabouts or activities from you, this could be indicative of a greater problem.
If they are unwilling to share even the most benign details of their life with you, how are you to connect on a more intimate level? Now, there is a difference between being a private person and being secretive.
When faced with a problem, you partner will unload responsibility to any one other than him or herself.