Little black book of dating red flags
“Men mess up and then we feel badly about it.” One of my best friends in graduate school used to say this.As we swapped stories, too often this was a conclusion we came down to. Another said he was too good for the girl he was dating. Women wishing it was a small drawback and not an indication of something bigger.Through groan-inducing anecdotes, a list of hard-and-fast tenets and case studies that place the responsibility of red-flag identification on the reader, enumerates 200 dating portents with moxie.Here's our take on some of our favorite Red Flag Rules from Burton, Fishman, and Mc Crary – or, as we prefer to call them, our new best friends.
But deep down you may have a nagging feeling that something just isn’t right.The Question: I was the person to submit the “why won’t he call me his girlfriend? I was ready to address my guy’s trust issues this weekend.However, last night before bed his phone started to buzz.Though these three twenty-somethings have been blinded by love in the past, their hindsight is perfectly keen, and they've teamed up to spell out the obvious in .The cheeky self-help book is the byproduct of their blog, bigredflags.com, to which women submit the jaw-dropping moments in which they just should have known better.