Asian Date – Four Things To Avoid
When you first start a relationship with your Asian date, things are exciting. This is often the case if you’re dating someone from a different country, as you’re likely learning so many things about your new Asian girlfriend and her culture. It’s easy to let things that bother you slide during this time, as you don’t want to upset your Asiandate and lose the passion in your relationship. However, several things appear as red flags at the start of your relationship, which you simply shouldn’t stand for. We explore four of them below.
While we’ve all told a little white lie now and again to avoid a problematic situation, there’s a fine line between a little mistruth and an outright lie. In the early days of your relationship, you might learn that your Asian date has exaggerated about specific things in her life that you find out to be untrue. To be fair, you might have done that as well to try and impress her! But if you notice things getting out of hand over the course of a few months, you should speak to her about it. If she lies about some of the most important elements of her life, like family or her work, you should question how your relationship can work.
Even if your relationship is the most exciting thing you’ve ever experienced, if you catch your partner cheating on you with someone else, you should walk away from that relationship. Trust is critical for any successful relationship, even more so for a long-distance relationships, so don’t stand for any type of infidelity. While she might say it was a mistake, the best thing for you is to move on.
Incessant messaging or calling
Although it’s great to be so in love with one another that you feel the need to communicate as much as time allows, if your girlfriend is calling and messaging you incessantly, this could be a sign that she doesn’t trust you and wants to know where you are all of the time. Particularly if you live in separate countries, this can be too much to handle, as you need to have the freedom to live your own life. If you find yourself getting frustrated with the amount she is messaging or calling you, and she continually asks where you are and what you’re doing, it might be time to call it a day.
Every couple falls out once in a while; it’s human nature. As we get more comfortable in a relationship, petty fights and arguments are a given. That being said, if you find yourself continually bickering with your partner on a seemingly daily basis, it’s a sign that you’re not compatible with one another. Although it’s hard to know when to walk away from a relationship, having the courage to realise when a situation is unhealthy is best for both of you and saves a lot of heartache in the long run.