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Spotting Dating Red Flags With Richard Yates



Ever fall so hard for someone that they seemed perfect? Have you ever asked afterwards, “How did I miss that?” On Wednesday, November 2, at 5:00 pm Pacific / 8:00 Eastern, we’ll talk about dating red flags to watch for, what the dating red flags mean, and how to distance yourself from the person waving them.

This week’s expert guest, Richard Yates, became internationally recognized after posting “Dating Tips” on his personal Facebook page. Over several years, an audience of thousands discovered and began to appreciate his real, straight-shooting style of intelligent relationship and dating insights.

Richard Yates has a zillion credentials (Licensed Counselor, National Certified Counselor, a Board Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy, a Certified Motivational Interviewer – need we go on?) but he rates his years of dating failures as one of the most important pieces of his education. And we’re happy to learn from him!

We want to hear from you! Our love lines will be open so call 323-870-3965 to share your stories about dating red flags or ask Richard a question.

We dare you.

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  1. k8seevers97

    November 3, 2016

    I wish I had seen the red flags when I started dating my ex. He was so nice at first, charming, thoughtful, he brought me gifts and made me feel amazing. Then he started making me feel bad about how i looked or if I said something he didn’t agree with he’d make me feel stupid. Just like the guy on the show said, he did it all passively, I didn’t see it happening while it was happening. Then before I knew it we were living together. He hated my friends and family and made me feel bad whenever I wanted to see them. He accused me of cheating and lying constantly and I never lied or cheated. I left four times before I finally had the strength to never go back. Everyone should listen to this show. That expert knows what he’s talking about.

    • fdadmin

      November 3, 2016

      Thank you so much for commenting, k8seevers97. We’re so sorry you had to go through all of the abuse you endured and we applaud you for having the strength to walk away. As Richard Yates mentioned on the show, leaving an abuser takes serious, step by step planning and support. Good for you for realizing you deserve better and for having the guts to get away. The good news is, you now know what to watch out for so you can ensure that you’ll never be in that situation again. Cheers to you!

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