Red Flags Quotes

Quotes tagged as "red-flags" (showing 1-9 of 9)
Mandy Hale
“If something on the inside is telling you that someone isn’t right for you, they’re NOT right for you, no matter how great they might look on paper. When it’s right for you, you will know. And when it’s not – it’s time to go.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

“It may be expedient to take stock of all the affecting pieces that might shatter in the wake of an emotional earthquake, once red flags come up in a committed relationship and an overarching scene has to be fashioned for a recast life experience. ("Waiting for the pieces to fall into place")”
Erik Pevernagie

Mandy Hale
“Red flags are moments of hesitation that determine our destination.”
Mandy Hale, The Single Woman: Life, Love, and a Dash of Sass

Amanda Mosher
“If you ignore the red flags, embrace the heartache to come.”
Amanda Mosher, Better to be able to love than to be loveable

Brandi L. Bates
“Like caterpillars our metamorphosis begins with what comes from our mouth. Caterpillars spin silk cocoons from the mouth. We speak life or death, success or failure. All transformation starts with what comes from our mouth.”
Brandi L. Bates, Red Flags

Colleen Chen
“Somehow, it bothered her watching Garth’s charm directed so effectively at another. Could he convince her so easily of an untruth?”
Colleen Chen

Brené Brown
“Too much twee emotional expression--too many claims like, "Everything is awesome," or "I just never really feel angry or upset," or "If you're just positive, you can turn that frown upside down,"--often masks real pain and hurt. These behaviors are as much red flags as brooding and anger are....Being all light is as dangerous as being all dark, simply because denial of emotion is what feeds the dark.”
Brené Brown, Rising Strong

Alfa H.
“How do you know they aren't the one? At the first sight of total disregard for your hurt, your gut will feel uneasy. I'm reminding you to listen up.”
Alfa H, Abandoned Breaths

“The red flags are usually there, you just have to keep your eyes open wider than your heart.”
April Mae Monterrosa