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Most people who've gone through a breakup will probably say that there were some not-so-great parts of the relationship they brushed aside because they really wanted everything to work out (*says this louder so 20-year-old me can hear*).While you can always learn from your past mistakes, sometimes knowing what to look out for in advance is just as useful.He didn't want to be found, he didn't want me to mention him on social media, and he was always talking about his fantasy of picking up and leaving to go somewhere to travel.One night, I ended up locating his mother's Facebook page.
It’s one thing not to judge someone for a thing you hate. “I was dating a guy when I was 19, who was pressuring me to smoke weed with him at parties."I was dating this guy in college, and one of the biggest red flags was how often he would jokingly make fun of my personal taste in style.He laughed at and called my favorite pair of jeans ‘MC Hammer pants’ when I wore them and hated dark red lipstick on me because it made me look ‘scary.’ I changed up a lot of what I wore or how I did my makeup around him just so I wouldn't have to hear little comments.I was young, had never tried it, came from a very sheltered upbringing, and wasn't really interested at all in trying it yet.He took my 'no' very personally – he said that if I refused to try weed with him, that meant I was judging him for doing it (not true! And what was he supposed to tell other people at parties when his girlfriend wouldn't smoke weed with him?
He kept emphasizing that I needed to be adventurous, and shamed me over and over for refusing to try it.