Unassuming actions can reveal profound aspects of a person’s character. A user asked the forum, what’s a behavior or habit that’s an automatic green flag? Here is the common response.
ACCEPTING THE MISTAKES
“Admitting when you’re wrong.”
“Probably having respect for some janitors, waiters,etc . The same as with the CEO or other celebrity person.”
CARING AND RESPONSIBLE
“Caring & thoughtful. Intelligent. Responsible and good with finances.”
“Enjoying important moments privately. I am really put off by people who share every waking moment on social media for likes and attention.”
PREFERRING TO COOK AT HOME
“Cooking at home. This checks health, savings, self-sustainability, creativity, variety in food, and many more boxes. I’m trying to do this more myself.”
“Being kind to people from different cultures and life status.”
“1- planning ahead.
2- don’t panic in emergencies.
I personally can’t stand a partner who sits down and cries, screams, runs away, or is just generally useless in a bad situation/medical or other emergencies. I don’t want to deal with the emergency alone AND deal with them.”
PASSIONATE BUT IN CONTROL
“People who are passionate about something, for no particular reason and not using it to flex. I have a buddy who loves fishing, but it always seems to turn into show and tell of his equipment. The green flag quickly turns to red in this case.”
UNDERSTANDING THE REALITY
“Understanding there are nuances, blurry lines, and moral gray areas in life and that one extreme black or white solution to any problem will often not work. I have yet to find a partner who understands this and acts accordingly.”
“Actual communication. Not dropping hints. Not expecting mind reading. Not passive-aggressive. Actual, open communication.”
NOT GOSSIPING ABOUT PEOPLE
“Open mindedness, the ability to self analyze, and not being disrespectful or gossiping about other people even when they’re not around.”
NOT CARING ABOUT SOCIAL MEDIA
“An objectively beautiful woman who either doesn’t care about social media or doesn’t have one always piques my interest. Maybe it’s humility or self-confidence (no need for validation from strangers), maturity possibly, not 100% sure why I like it so much, but I do.”
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