I am always wary of people who don’t have a good thing to say about anyone and begrudge people their success and revel in their failures.I don’t think it’s the fabric of a good strong character and it’s something to keep an eye on.
If there’s red flag issues, there will be early indicators…we just need to be listening and watching.
Most of us will have at least one, if not a few, significant relationships during our lifetime.
Our first intimate encounters may be more difficult or challenging because we're new to the experience of forming an intimate bond with another person, and may not really know what we’re doing and what to expect.
One of the things that allows people with some of these red flags to ‘prosper’ and to continue as normal is acceptance of the behaviour as is, with rarely any questions asked.
If you have someone with any of the above, raise the issue with them, or if it’s serious enough, bail out and don’t look back.
Pay attention to people who don’t know what to do with themselves if they don’t get their ‘medicine’. Also unhealthy attitudes in the bedroom do spill over into other areas of your life and will leave you feeling very insecure.