I’ve found in my clinical work with singles and couples that there are a few red flags that are more serious – or redder, if you will – than others. There’s no need to expand any further – you’ll know it when you see it, and you have to kick that date to the curb right away.
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While the only way to know for sure is to pass the test of time, here are a few red flags that would definitely indicate your new man's a womanizer: 1. If your girlfriends have warned you that he uses women and throws them away, you need to listen to them and know he's most likely a womanizer. While this is certainly exciting and thrilling, how could he possibly know that this quickly? If you notice that your guy is checking out other women, or worse, flirting with the waitress, hostess, barista, etc., then he's most likely a womanizer.
Granted, there's a small chance that you are the woman who can change him, but even if you do, you'll just wind up spending the rest of your relationship worrying he's going to revert back to his old womanizing ways. It's much more likely that he's just in love with love (best case), or he's just trying to get one thing from you (you know what it is). We all love romantic gestures, whether it be a hand-written poem or a bouquet of flowers delivered to our desks at work, but if your guy constantly wants to jet you off to the islands for a romantic weekend or often surprises you with lavish jewelry, then he's most likely had plenty of practice. As he's telling you how beautiful you are and that you're exactly the type of woman for him, he's already thinking about how the woman that just walked by fits the same description. He's just a little too smooth, a little too charming, a little too perfect and that little voice in your head is telling you he's done this before, probably many times over.
Acts rudely or disrespectfully to others during the date.
It never fails: I hear people say every day that they didn’t see the warning signs until it was too late.
It’s natural on a date to put your best foot forward, but it’s not natural to lie.
In the best case scenario, the person who appears too good to be true is actually insecure and anxious, and feels that he or she has to embellish facts out of an underlying fear that he or she isn’t interesting enough.
Of course, this isn't an all-inclusive list, nor should any of these traits be considered an immediate deal breaker.
However, if any of the above are hitting close to home, your best bet is to take things slow and see if your guy survives the test of time. Jane Garapick knows firsthand what it's like to have a broken heart, a broken dream and a broken you.
When someone speaks badly about an ex so soon with someone new, it’s a clear sign that he or she is still bitter and angry.