Safety experts warn about red flags during dating


NOT Dating a Psycho: Red Flags

Online dating has undergone a long way during the recent years, however the best tip online dating ever is only one that is an outcome of a cautionary tale: keep your psycho meter running. Sure, we have all seen original movies of the Lifetime and heard the tales about meeting a person online who then is found to be a psycho. So, in these movies, this movie in most cases ends like the protagonist with a knife in the heart lying in a pool there of full of own blood, wishing he had looked through this article. Nevertheless, how can person keep his/her psycho meter running during meeting people on mobile dating websites (or why this only, just dating people in general)?

Here are some exact red flags that a particular person you are communicating with online might be just a lunatic who has escaped from the Criminally Insane Institute. Look for these signals that you have to run in this case fast (and then possibly change your profile if you have shared too much information):

This person texts and messages you constantly, or even worse, he/she calls you every time. There is a signal that safety experts alert us not to give the addresses and phone numbers to the strangers, no matter how lovely they appear. Using both (phone number and address), the probable psycho can get your phone number or address, find out the place where you live (to your surprise!), and possibly drop on unexpectedly to say hello.

He/she is planning your future with you, just after your first date. It seems somewhat awkward and scary.

This person gets jealous when you are talking to other users online. Well, this is founded enough from a partner who you are meeting in the real life. In cyber space, this is only plain nuts.

He/she ‘likes’ all of your pictures online and moreover sets his/her relationship status on Facebook to being with you in a relationship. He/she tag you also in all of his/her photos, even the in one that he/she upload of his/her dog.

This person start asking you concerning baby names, wedding dresses, and other similar things, before you actually have even met this user in person. He/she have a plan for the next ten years, and, of course, you are included in it.

He/she refers to himself/herself in the third person. For instance, when you ask this person how they are, they may say “John is doing well. He wants to come over”. Ok, so you have already got known that this one is an indicator of someone’s craziness. We just add it to make you laugh!

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