They are so frightened of intimacy that eventually they'll find an excuse for leaving a relationship.(The booby prize is thinking that you'll ever be good enough to meet their impossible standards.) Beware of someone who operates the relationship as if it should revolve around them.The failures of their unsuccessful partnerships are always based on the faults of their exes.
This is a signal that they are a demanding and emotionally abusive person who will one day turn their anger on you.
Avoid someone with a big ego, filled with conceit, who tries to win favor by bragging about who they are or what they have.
Have you ever met someone who "romantically" knocked you off your feet -- as in "Hi Mom and Dad...
you're not going to believe this, but I just met the man of my dreams! How did they miss the obvious warning signs before they became intimate and gave their heart away? " or "He wants the same thing I want: to settle down and have children.") For those of us who've been in a relationship with an emotionally unavailable person, we know the pain of not being able to get close to the person we love.
Are you really serious about wanting to be in a committed relationship?
10 Signs You're Dating an Emotionally Unavailable Person Beware of a person who wants to become sexually familiar quickly.
Your requests for more time with them are met with excuses about how hard they're working or how tired they feel.
Even after a seemingly intimate weekend, they can disappear for long periods with no regular contact. It's easy for them to utter an "I love you," and then act in a way that is unloving.
They are inflexible and loathe having to compromise.