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Abe Red flag #3: Abe showed his true colors in this follow-up email. He feigned good character by citing the “golden rule of kindness and care for others”, and then proceeded to insult Arielle by calling her a hypocrite, someone who looks down on the unfaithful. She simply stated her must-haves, that being with a man who is on the same page religiously is important to her. She doesn’t judge how others choose their faith or lack thereof.
That’s not an insult to an emotionally healthy man. It’s a highly personal thing, one that Arielle has revisited many times in her life.
They exchanged a few more emails, and Abe asked for her phone number.
Finally, a man who was interested in escalating a relationship from email to phone!
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She wants to be in a relationship with someone who has worked through his past baggage and lives a life with few regrets. She was feeling very drained by Abe’s “shoulds” and regrets.
Red flag #2: Arielle is religious, and although Abe shared her religious affiliation, when she asked about his level of observance, he said he was agnostic.
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