I just read about NFL player Chad Johnson’s domestic violence arrest over the weekend. He has been released from the Dolphins and his wife of 41 one days is filing for divorce. Needless to say, he is having a very bad week.
Johnson apparently has a history of physically fighting with his significant other. I wonder if single people bother asking specifically about their date’s history with physical violence?
I know it’s not the sexiest topic, but it could be quite informative to ask a general question about arrests and domestic violence. Shouldn’t a history of violence and anger be a red flag of something to come?
Would you want to get involved with someone if you knew they had problems controlling their temper?
We all go through human emotions, but real anger issues in a relationship is a recipe for disaster. Why do so many of us overlook it when we see that kind of behavior?
When you consider bad dating behavior, is it likely the same thing would happen in a marriage or a committed relationship?
I remember my Grandmother always telling me that if something about a man bothers me during dating stage, imagine that same thing magnified and worse when I marry him. If the issues are there before marriage, they get deeper and more painful when you are tied to one another.
What do you do when there is an issue you are dealing with in your date’s personality that could prove to be a really tough challenge when things get more serious?
By Wise Diva, Misadventures in Atlanta Dating Blog