Is the Person You Are Dating a Threat?

Whether you recently got back into the dating world or have been doing so for a while, are you happy with things?

For many people dating, things can be flowing fine and then a red flag or two crops up.

So, what if you have a concern or two about someone you are dating?

What action should you take to ease your concerns?

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Do Some Research When You Have Concerns

If you have concerns with one you are seeing, you could of course be upfront and tell them what is of concern to you. Then again, you may be hesitant to do so.

In the event you have some hesitancy to question the person, how about doing some research on them?

One question some people wonder is do I have a warrant?

Yes, warrants for unpaid tickets, not paying child support and other reasons are out there.

By going online and entering the person’s name, you may well discover they have a warrant. Keep in mind that there are some websites such as the one Search Quarry operates that offer such details.

Now, what would you do if the person you are seeing does in fact have a warrant out for their arrest?

If you have been seeing them for a while now, you may decide that talking over the matter is the best course of action.

Then again, you may decide this is too much to deal with and call it quits.

What Red Flags Should You Be Looking for?

When dating someone, be on the lookout for any of the following red flags:

  1. Story doesn’t add up – When someone’s story doesn’t add up, you have reason to question them. For example, they tell you they were somewhere it turns out they were not. Now, why would they lie about such a situation? Are they trying to cover their tracks for one reason or another? While some things should not be analyzed over and over again, others do require your thoughts. Sit down with the person or get with them on the phone and find out what in fact is going on.
  2. They never want you at their place – Your home may be 10 times nicer. That said aren’t you curious why they do not want you coming to their home? Even if they are embarrassed by their living conditions, it is a little strange they’d never want you over. Could it be they are trying to hide something?
  3. Social media accounts alarm you – Finally, if the person you are dating is on social media, have you seen them? If so, is there any cause for concern? While you should not automatically fear the worst, you may see a post or image that gives you pause for concern. If this is the case, your best bet is to ask them to explain what is going on.

If you have a feeling the person you are dating is a threat, use your best judgment.

At the end of the day, decide what is in your best interests moving forward.

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