Red Flags of Unhealthy Relationships

Red Flags of Unhealthy Relationships
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Unhealthy Relationships

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Red Flags of Unhealthy Relationships

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  • I don't want you wearing those shorts tonight at the party. You'll get too much attention. 
  • Rachellll
  • Rachellll
  • 12 missed calls 38m ago
  • 29 messages 48m ago
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  • You spend too much time with football and not enough with me. You have to choose.
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  • The red flag that stands out here is attempting to control what the other person is wearing. One person is trying to gain control in the relationship.
  • The red flag here is an invasion of personal space. Rachel may be trying to control who or what the other person spends their time with.
  • The red flag here is one person trying to control their interests. If the relationship ends after he quits football, he'll be left with nothing. This is a way of controlling one's options.
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