Red Flags In Dating & Relationship

Red Flags = Trust Your Feelings And Follow Your Intuition


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That is the feeling you get when you experience a “Red Flag” in a dating or relationship situation.


You’re feeling that something is off . . . something doesn’t feel right . . . something feels bad!

Listen to your Intuition!

And don’t be distracted by feelings of confusion, regret, or not wanting to judge a man you are dating or in a relationship with.

Follow the feeling that something feels bad to you.

This is how you respond to Red Flags:

1. Lean back

2. Step back

3. Walk away.


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  1. Chloe on June 9, 2017 at 3:52 am

    Thank you Ms. Tatia. I do not know what to do as I feel disrespected by a married man. I feel angry. I feel violated. I felt like I did not stepped up and say something! Last night, while cleansing my face, all of the sudden I started crying. I was the only one in my house, so I cried these emotions out from my body. After I cried, it felt good. I started to wonder why I was crying?? I thought maybe *if* it happens again (and I know I should prepare myself this time) I should speak my mind and say NO, that way I speak my truth. But another part of me says, I need to walk away from him. It is definitely a red flag, and my intuition had already warned me.

    • Tatia on June 9, 2017 at 10:59 am

      Big big (((HUG))) to you!

      Yes, your intuition is speaking to you and the red flag is there.

      Don’t beat yourself up about it.


      The part of you saying “I need to walk away from him” is your intuition.

      In Leaning back, this would be the step back and walk away process.

      No need to introduce your departure.

      Just do it by:
      – Keeping busy with your own schedule
      – Letting his calls go unanswered
      – Responding to text messages hours later (giving yourself time to explore your feelings)
      – Not answering your door

      This isn’t a script about what a jerk he is, or the specific things he’s done.
      This script is about how you realize that what you want in life/relationship is not here in the situation with him, and that you’re now embracing the fact that you deserve what you want. You deserve better.

      As far as responding to the disrepectful thing that he said . . . what stronger response is there than silence?

      I hope that helps.

      Love ya!


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