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It’s perfectly okay for her to say, “I’m not really that close to my family,” if that’s the case.
However, if she shares the full details of every little family feud — including accusations of infidelity, addiction and/or abuse — she’s in violation of first-few-dates protocol.
But if she’s all “take” with no “give” or swiftly shifts from appreciative to expectant of your generosity, you may start to feel more like an ATM than a girlfriend.
No, she doesn’t need to match you dollar for dollar, but your picking up the dinner tab can be reciprocated by her shelling out for Starbucks sometime.
As much fun as online dating is, it can be scary if you do not take precautions.
I’m sure we have all heard of the show Catfish, and how many true relationships Nev and Max have actually discovered.
And during the course of getting to know one another past relationships are bound to come up in the conversation.
Chances are this will also be true of anyone you date.Let’s face it — it can be a rough go out there in the lesbian dating world.So it’s no wonder that when we happen on someone who seems nice and we find attractive, we rush headlong into a relationship.Often we do this despite the bright red “Dater Beware” signs blinking in front of us.In order to save you a bit of time, trouble and tragedy, we’ve put together this list of five relationship red flags of which to be wary. “I’M BAD AT RELATIONSHIPS” They say that people often tell us who they are right from the start. Case in point: A woman I dated for eight years told me during our first encounter that she was “bad at relationships.” But blinded by her charisma, smile and yes, good looks, I was deaf to the warning.