8 Red Flags to Watch Out for in a New Relationship

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They are always on their phone when you're together, but they never reply to your texts or calls when you're apart.

They make you feel guilty for wanting to spend time with your friends or family, or they try to isolate you from them.

They constantly criticize you, your appearance, your choices, or your opinions, and they never apologize or admit when they are wrong.

They pressure you to do things you're not comfortable with, such as drinking, drugs, s*x, or spending money.

They lie to you, cheat on you, or hide things from you, and they always have an excuse or a justification for their behavior.

They are jealous, possessive, or controlling, and they accuse you of flirting or cheating without any evidence.

They have a history of abusive or violent relationships, and they blame their exes for everything that went wrong.

They ignore your boundaries, your feelings, or your needs, and they expect you to always put them first.