Selfless giving (emotionally, not material items) from teammates helps to build a great foundation between two people.Doing something for him/her so you can get something back, is playing games and being manipulative._________________________________________ Oh, it’s totally cool if do that thing but it’s a big no-no if you do it? _________________________________________ Someone who loves and cares for you will be consistent in the way they act towards you.Consistency is a big part of a healthy relationship, because without it you never know what you are going to get from someone, and how are you supposed to build a solid foundation with a person like that?Before you even know it, you’ve been played, dumped and left heartbroken in one fell swoop. You don’t have to be dating a guy to tell if he’s probably a player.How to spot a player Spotting a player is just a matter of observing little signs that point to his womanizing ways. At the gym recently, I witnessed first-hand a guy turn to check out a girl’s butt who was walking in front of me, to then see him turn back around, face me, and smirk.If you find that your partner becomes closer to you, especially if they want something from you, but then distances themselves either physically or emotionally when there is no “purpose” for being around you, this is a big problem and you need to address it._________________________________________ Revert back to point #1 for this one, but add more onto it.
In a happy, healthy relationship, both partners should give without obligation and receive without expectation.Instead of just making a commitment to you and the relationship, this is more so about commitments they make in terms of plans, dates, events, decisions together, whatever.The lack of willingness to commit to, say, a weekend away is more than just a scheduling conflict. Most people have probably had the unfortunate privilege of meeting, dating, and trying to avoid them at all costs.Just because you might prepare yourself for the thunderstorm and pack your umbrella, doesn’t mean you won’t get wet.