There are a lot of jobs that require you to be a good communicator.
If your partner’s words and actions scream, “ME-ME-ME,” you should find someone who appreciates needs (and not only theirs).
If you haven’t introduced your partner to your friends or family despite spending a decent amount of time together, you might be dating the wrong person. There are only a few reasons why you wouldn’t introduce your partner to your friends or family, and none of them are pretty.
If there’s something the matter, say so (because no, your partner a psychic).
If your partner has no hobbies or interests outside of your relationship, you might be dating the wrong person.
Who would want to date a person who isn’t passionate about anything?
Tread carefully if your partner has zero life goals, because relationships with a person lacking ambition are anything but fulfilling.
And that brings us to…If your partner is so clingy you want to scream, you might be dating the wrong person.
It is unhealthy and unwise to expect a person to be your singular source of happiness.
If every difficult chat gets swept under the rug, you might be dating the wrong person.
Should you bring up things like politics, religion, favorite sexual positions, or your desire to have five children on the first date? But as the weeks and months and years go on, it becomes more and more important to have those tough (but necessary) conversations.
I know the thought of being alone might not appeal to you, but staying in a relationship that is destined for failure is as silly as it gets.