Cupid's Pulse Article: Dating Advice: 3 Dating Red FlagsCupid's Pulse Article: Dating Advice: 3 Dating Red Flags

On this week’s episode of Single in Stilettos, founder and matchmaker Suzanne Oshima talks to relationship expert Joe Amoia to offer their dating advice on how you can spot red flags on the dating scene. Find out how you can score the man of your dreams and avoid the bad apples with the following dating tips!

Dating Advice That Will Help You See The Red Flags!

1. Be crystal clear. You need to know exactly what you need and want in a relationship. This way you’ll be able to see the traits and values that don’t align with your lifestyle, and will be able to steer away from those who exhibit those very things you don’t like. You shouldn’t compromise your essential needs, so be honest with a man upfront. If you don’t tell him, he won’t give you what you need, so be open and consistent.

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2. Observe him. From the very first date, you should take a good look at the man’s attitude. Watch how he not only interacts with you, but also how he treats other people- like the wait staff for example if you’re at a restaurant.  If he is condescending and rude, then that’s a huge red flag because eventually it will catch up to you. Also take note of his past relationships. If family and friends don’t want to be around him, that should tell you something.

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3. Man vs. Boy. Don’t get swayed by presents and sweet words if you sense red flags from your date. A boy will throw a tantrum and be manipulative to get what he wants, while a man accepts what he is given. If at any point you feel that you’re being for sex or something else you don’t want to do, then chances are you’re dealing with a boy. Find a man who already has integrity, you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.

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