It’s wonderful to meet someone new and immediately think, “They could be the one!” Everything they do is flawless.

How To Spot a Fake In a Relationship

“If it’s too good to be true, it probably is,” is a common saying. We’ve listed all the ways you can tell whether your new flame is a faker here.

It’s wonderful to meet someone new and immediately think, “They could be the one!” Everything they do is flawless. A lot of the time, when something looks too good to be true, it usually is.

What kind of individual can be everything you’ve ever wanted in a partner? Imagine telling someone about the perfect life partner you’d like to have, and then discovering that they share all of those qualities, even down to their preference for flaming hot Cheetos coated in chocolate pudding.

Is it possible that this is a scam? Keep a watch out for the following warning signs:

Even if someone has all the attributes you desire, there are always a few things that remain unchecked. Keep these seven things in mind if someone seems to be a fraudulent liar, even if they appear to be great for you.

They’re on board with what you’re saying.

There’s a good reason why this is at the top. If you’re looking to start a relationship with someone new, this is the biggest red flag. No one will agree with you on every single point of view that you hold. All they’re doing is demonstrating how similar you are in order to gain your affection. Take cover.

After you’ve just mentioned something, they bring it up again. In a split second, you’re planning a long-term relationship with someone since you both want to live in the same place. They’re most likely to say what you want to hear to keep you around.

To hide their true identity, they fabricate new stories as they go along.

It’s a huge red flag if you’re caught lying. It’s best to get rid of them if they’re lying about something you recently informed them you don’t like in a person (extreme partying, for example).

In order to avoid exposing the true them, they’ll keep doing things you find unappealing consistently. Because you’ll no longer enjoy them. PHONY and LIAR scream out of this like nothing else.

They’re going back on what they said before.

Your relationship could be in serious trouble if you shouted about how much you adore sushi on your first date and your date quickly agreed, but then they pass a sushi business and complain about how disgusting it is.

It’s a huge red signal to date someone fresh if they do this. If they contradict everything you thought you knew about them, how are you supposed to know who they are? These kinds of concerns can arise after you’ve been together for quite a while and are planning on being together for the rest of your lives.

They avoid discussing their own personal lives.

Observe their body language to see whether they’re avoiding answering your queries. After you’ve given your answer, it may appear that you and the other person have a lot in common. When someone seems too good to be true, it’s always a good idea to be skeptical.

Their words and deeds don’t match up.

A red flag is someone who says they believe in frequent exercise and a healthy diet but refuses to go to the gym or eat pizza regularly despite their agreement.

You can tell if someone is being a phony if they say all the right things and agree with your values, but they don’t do anything to back up their words. Don’t fall prey to their deceptive remarks. Find out who they are as a person by paying attention to their habits and the things they do on a daily basis.

If you’re looking for a long-term relationship, it’s best to avoid phonies that only care about getting you to like them or stay in contact with them. Is your new love interest too good to be real?

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