You never truly know whether or not you're dealing with a good guy or a fuckboy until the answer punches you in the face (or sweetly caresses it, but most of the time, it's the first option).
Your friends can try and give you advice, but they don't always know your situation or who you're dealing with.
I just want to be able to sort out those guys from the good guys. After working with so many clients, I have learned a lot of women do not know the difference between “forgivable mistakes” and the more sinister red flags that should warn you off of a relationship.It’s natural to share some basic details of your life and to ask your date some basic details about his or hers, but going any deeper should be reserved for people whom you know well and trust. If your date talks about what he or she likes sexually or asks what you like on one of the first dates, your date just might be a sex addict.(I wish I were kidding.) This is a serious red flag (showing no respect for boundaries) and you need to walk the other direction when you see it early in a dating relationship.If it’s one of the first few dates, the questions asked and comments shared should be fairly generic.At this point, each of you is trying to get enough information quickly to determine whether there is sufficient interest, attraction and similarity to support having a full-fledged relationship.Everyone dating should protect their hearts and minds from those looking to abuse them. Do they complain about the way you do your hair, what clothes you wear, and try to watch your every move?