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Some ways of coping are negotiable and others are flat out deal breakers.

If you or your date have been abused, betrayed, or unloved in any way, it can make a new love difficult but with the right support you can negotiate your way through.

Understanding the way a person has related to their life experiences and how they’ve been supported in coping can give you indications of how they are likely to be in a relationship with you. To do this, you must be willing to recognize the subtle communications we all make as we meet and begin to get acquainted.

People Who Lack Self-Awareness: Folks who are unaware of their deeper feelings or what drives their behavior often times create conflict as a spiritual way to understand themselves.

Not that they deliberately seek it, but that it is in fact the outcome of the lack of self-awareness.

Obvious Anger Management Troubles: Statements like, “That guy cut me off on the road, so I followed him for five miles.” Or, “He/she made me so mad I popped him/her in the mouth.” Any indication of violence without the concern for the impact on others, any remorse, or with complete entitlement are certainly more than you might be interested in for your new significant other.

Stories of How They’ve Hurt (with No Remorse): What they’ve done to others, they will do to you.

These are the things to look out for in the danger zone.

Controlling Ways: Someone who has opinions about you or your behavior as early as the first date, or who needs to know what you are doing and who you are doing it with within the first month.It is possible to mold harmony out of conflict, raise fear into joy, and transform confusion into clear cut boundaries and communication if you are willing.Letting others be exactly who they are is a sign that you accept, love, and embrace yourself.Honesty 301 would be recommended as a pre-requisite.A Person Who Focuses on Money: This is a person seeking to create stability on some level in their life.People who cheat on their lovers do it because of their own fears and insecurities in a relationship.

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