If you’re navigating a sticky relationship issue, you want to trust the source of any advice you receive.
Gay men are straight women’s love consultants, dating strategists, and healers of heartbreak; and straight women are giving it right back. This fascinating bond between straight women and gay men is for a good reason: perceived trustworthiness – a critical perception when it comes to love advice (Russell, Del Priore, Butterfield, & Hill, 2013).
To do that, you need to know what red flags to watch out for so you can extricate yourself from a bad situation before you get in too deep and wind up brokenhearted.
The first step in having an amazing, healthy relationship is to choose wisely.
Many of us have ended up feeling awful as a result of a college relationship, but never feel afraid to confide, get guidance, and treat yo'self!
And experimental research by Eric Russell and colleagues suggests straight women and gay men tend to perceive each other’s advice as more trustworthy – even as compared to the same advice from other people. Relationship scientists think it might have to do with the possibility of biased information (Russell et al., 2013).
However, there are some signs that might help you spot a married man online. A married man will not put up his photo online obviously because he does not want to be recognized.
Of course they can always put up fake photos but they usually do not have a photo at all.