But if he can't even act stable when he first meets you, things are only going to go downhill from there.
And if he doesn't respond to texts or phone calls, that's a warning sign on it's own.
Their sense of commitment urgency is not founded from a place of true love; it is a race to beat your BS detector’s alarm from sounding off and alerting you to danger.
The early declarations of everlasting love and the talks about marriage and children are always to get you to lower your guard, and commit to the relationship.
This person doesn't really see you as —you're a projection of some perfect idea they have in their head, and anytime you shatter those expectations by being a normal, flawed, breathing human being, they're impossible to console.
Oh yeah, and someone being that obsessed with you is CREEPY.
Whether that means working together on a compromise or accepting that a person is just all wrong for you, here are some neon warning signs to be on the look out for.
It sounds irresistible at first, but there's nothing more infuriating than being put on a pedestal by a partner.
And the worst narcissists, the ones you really need to watch out for, are the best at concealing it.
Even those folks who believe they’ve acquired Sherlock Holmes level detective skills for spotting these wolves in sheep’s clothing still find themselves raising an eyebrow, questioning every indelicate word, or dubious action.
When one partner is constantly initiating sex and the other isn't in the mood very often, you're in for a world of crushed egos, hurt feelings, emotional pressure, and resentment from both sides.