Are you walking on eggshells in valiant attempts to please your new kind-of- emotional friend?
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Cheaters, liars, psychopaths, and narcissists are often pathological liars with secret lives. Learn how to identify red flags.Recognize a cheater before he or she sucks you in.Avoid relationship nightmares by trusting your gut instinct.If something doesn't "feel right" about your new partner, watch for red flags.Some red flags are as…
Is your dreamy summer fling turning into a nightmare of epic proportions?
Do you always seem to end up in turbulent relationships?
Do you always seem to end up with drama queens despite your best intentions to avoid them?
Stop walking on eggshells around your partner and learn when enough is enough.
How many lies are too many?
What is gaslighting?
It's never too soon to learn red flags about people. Toxic relationships happen at all ages and between all sexes. It's not just "all guys" or "all girls." There are "good" and "bad" people of both sexes.
This short book is geared towards teens and young adults who are beginning to explore the dating world.
Though navigating human nature is always trial and error, there are some basic qualities that so-called "bad boys and bad girls" have in common. This book points out what is normal and not normal in some familiar everyday dating life scenarios.
It takes a really long time to truly get to know some one. Don't rush into a new romance. Relax, take one step at a time, and abide by your own set boundaries. If something doesn't feel quite right, trust your gut instinct. No one is worth wasting the summer over! If someone hurts you or you find you're hurting him or her, move on.
Protect your heart (and bank account!) and trust your gut. Don't get trapped in a dysfunctional codependent relationship. Domestic violence never begins looking like domestic violence. Learn how to identify red flags and have the courage to take action.
Other books in the Gaslight Survivor Series:
100 Red Flags in Relationships
How Many Lies Are Too Many?
Dancing in the Gaslight
Bad Boys, Bad Girls