If you're super excited to meet someone, you might be tempted to sweep anypotential red flags you notice under the rug. But according to life coach and astrologer Linda Joyce, you shouldn't ignore first date red flags; in fact, she actually advises her clients to make a list of three to five things they disliked about their date after the fact.
"Red flags should go up when your first date seems perfect, when [they] check all the boxes," Joyce tells Bustle. "When you want a date to work, you are less likely to see what’s not working. You won’t see what you don’t want to see and then down the line, you’ll be so surprised when personality traits begin to emerge that destroy the perfect picture."