They’ll talk around the issue instead of addressing it in a direct manner.
They storm off to avoid confrontation only to return later as if nothing happened.
Does your body ever register fear when your partner erupts? Bring the issue to light through calm, assertive conversations when you’re both in a and see if the issue can be remedied.Again, shifts in mood can mean many things, but they’re undoubtedly a red flag for a bigger problem.There is such thing as taking a healthy interest in your partner’s life.Using anger to instill fear in another is unacceptable behavior in any relationship.Pay attention to the direction your partner’s anger is directed. Are you expected to absorb the negativity, even if you had nothing to do with the situation?While personality quirks or bad habits can be overlooked or change over time, there are some red flags that should not be ignored as they might be indicative of more serious—even dangerous—concerns.Relationships can make us want to explain away or even deny uneasy feelings, but these red flags should never be ignored.Dating violence is a pattern of behaviors in which people use intimidation, confusion, isolation, and fear to control relationships.Since abusive behaviors can be subtle at first, it’s important to know the signs.Perhaps your partner likes to have an hour or two of quiet after work; maybe texts coming or going late at night aren’t appreciated—these might be signs of a person who prioritizes time alone rather than a person who’s living a double life.[NOTE:if your partner’s secretive tendencies indicate an irrevocable problem, you may find that cutting ties is best.