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Red flags can come at any time in a relationship. Sometimes they come within the first week of dating, while others don’t show their face until 6 months in. Not every red flag is as visible as physical abuse either. Here are 50 red flags you should watch for in your relationships.
1. They never apologize for bad behavior.
If they do something wrong or something to hurt you, but never accept responsibility for the issue and rather just throw up excuses to why that behavior is okay or how it’s different in this case, that’s a major red flag. When’s the last time they apologized for their behaviour?
2. They think all their exes are crazy and don’t see the common denominator.
If your partner thinks all their exes are psycho and need a therapist, they probably don’t see the common denominator is themselves.
3. They use ultimatums to get their way.
If they are stubborn and threaten to end your relationship, instead of coming to a compromise, it will get tiring. The same old “maybe I will find someone who will do that instead” or “I will find someone better” story puts nothing but stress on your relationship to the point where you really are unsure of the health or condition of your relationship.
4. When they don’t text you back quick, but are always on their phone.
If you text your partner and it takes them ages to respond, yet when they are with you, they are never off their phone, that may be something to think about. Taking a long time to respond isn’t a big deal, but lying about why you weren’t responding is.
5. You don’t like their friends.
If the people they hang out with are not nice people, you should probably reevaluate

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