SherrySher Posted November 14, 2020 Share Posted November 14, 2020 We are always mentioning red flags and what to look out for when it comes to recognizing toxic behaviors or sketchy behaviors that might spell trouble down the road. But we rarely mention green flags. Behaviors that are positive, and what we should try to look for in a potential partner. Here are a few: 1.) Freely showing affection 2.) Taking a genuine interest in your interests. 3.) Offering and wanting sincere friendship along with romance. 4.) Positive support in all areas of your life. 5.) Willingness to share equally in the finances and is not stingy or greedy, nor expects you to endure all the bills/costs, but is fair. 6.) Shares on all levels and is open with you. 7.) Shows you their vulnerable side and opens up to you, can also admit when they are wrong. 8.) Is a good listener, pays attention and tries their best to understand your situation and feelings. 9.) Has a fun side and shows you that side often. 10.) You two relate and are compatible on many things. 11.) Genuinely enjoy one another's company. 12.) Having individual interests and supporting having your own interests. 13.) Supports personal growth and is not threatened by it. 14.) Accepts past without judgement. 15.) Not comparing you to others, ever. 16.) Respects privacy. 17.) Respects job or career. 18.) Respects children, elderly, animals, waiter/waitresses, people in less favorable situations than they are in. Is fair and kind. 19.) Knows that they are not the center of the universe. 20.) Maturity. 21.) Is completely honest at all times. Doesn't hide truths to save face or get out of being accountable. Tells it like it is. 22.) Reliable. 23.) Confidence in self 24.) Has control over anger. Fights fair, doesn't name call or threaten. 25.) Makes an effort to get to know your family and friends. 26.) Introduces you to their family and friends. Is proud to show you off. 27.) Respects individuality. 28.) Admits mistakes, tries to work towards fixing those mistakes and does actually make changes. 29.) Takes responsibility for their own needs. 30.) Is responsible in general. 31.) Has decent friends. Who they hang out with, reflects who they relate to. 32.) Shares household chores, helps out and offers help when they can. 33.) Enjoys time on their own. 34.) Willing to cope with ups and downs in a healthy manner. Do you have any to add? Link to comment
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