Some people simply don't like splashing their personal life onto social media or even talking much about their feelings with friends, but that's different from flat-out hiding your partnership, which is about as glaringly red as a flag can get!

We are all insecure on some level, and it's nobody's fault for feeling that way, but no reassurance from a partner will ever be enough, because those issues live inside the person feeling them.

So, he set to work and read every book he could find, studied every teacher he could meet, and talked to every girl he could talk to to figure out dating.

After four years, scads of lays, and many great girlfriends (plus plenty of failures along the way), he launched this website.

Fighting happens, but be wary of anyone who seems to flip a switch and transform into an unrecognizable monster when you disagree, calling you names that would make their mother want to wash their mouth out with soap.

It can be a sign of disrespect and just plain shitty conflict resolution skills, which does not a happy couple make.

And what does that say about whatever untrusty worthy habits or temptations they might be projecting onto you?

Checking your Facebook inbox in peace without someone mouth-breathing over your shoulder is practically a basic right!

To make some of these red flags easier to spot, I'm going to break them down into different red flags across three distinct categories, which may or may not be controversial for some people... We're simply looking for the most useful tool here for making general predictions about the effects a given woman is going to have on your sanity as a man down the line in a relationship of any variety with her.

Chase woke up one day in 2004 tired of being alone.

They're either on the rebound, practicing a particularly toxic version of serial monogamy, or a malignant narcissist. Anyone who wants you all to themselves is likely someone worth running far, far away from before they sink their claws in any deeper.

Research has shown that among married couples, rolling eyes at each can be a common predictor of divorce, and why wouldn't it be?

(Unless their parents are abusive, in which case, they're beyond justified in refusing to make nice with them if they so choose.) If they can bear to be super harsh and ungrateful to the people who literally , what does that say about how they'll treat others who get close to them?