1.The Cute Kind Of Jealousy
It’s basic human nature. We all get a little jealous every now and then and it can be a little cute to see our partners go green at times, especially when there’s no threat. But the key here is ‘at times.’
An often jealous man may be hesitant to show that side as often in a new relationship because we all want to be our best in the start. But this kind of behaviour doesn’t stay hidden for too long, and before you know it, you would have invested a lot of time and effort in this relationship only to see the green guns coming out.
The key here is to get on guard immediately if a guy shows jealousy. How angry does he get? What’s the extent of the jealousy, etc.
2.Wanting To Do Everything Together
That’s what happens at the beginning of every relationship, doesn’t it? You want to do everything together because you just cannot get enough of one another! And it can feel good, to know that the one you like wants you to be a part of everything he does and vica versa.
And that’s fine, as long as the other partner doesn’t sulk or get angry when things don’t work out that way. When that starts happening, it’s time to take a step back and evaluate the situation. Is this guy ever going to be okay with you doing things by yourself? Because a no to that question is just going to mean you, losing out on a part of your identity.
It’s nice when someone looks out for us, more so when someone we really like, looks out for us! To know that we are in the best of their thoughts is a good feeling! But make sure, from the very beginning itself that it doesn’t go overboard. There’s a fine line between being protective and over protective and the latter too, can seem nice at first in a new relationship.
The best thing to do is make sure the protectiveness is justified. If he doesn’t even like you going to a shop alone in broad daylight, then it’s not cute, it’s trouble.