A Relationship Advice Blog for Women
One of MMA’s most recognized personalities dishes on love and the male psyche in “Ask Trigg – A Dating and Relationship Blog for Women” featured exclusively on ProMMANow.com (www.prommanow.com). Every Wednesday the mixed martial arts fighter, color commentator, and MMA spokesman will give his advice to female fans based on questions they have submitted.
In this entertaining and insightful blog, Trigg will share entertaining stories and reflect on love lessons he has learned as he guides readers through the complex world of dating and relationships. Frank Trigg has dated over 300 women and was married twice before finding “The One.” He married his high school sweetheart, his college sweetheart and is now happily married to the true love of his life.
Trigg has learned many valuable lessons as a result of his relationship experiences and for years has been the go to guy for relationship advice among his friends and peers. Trigg would now like to share his insight with fans and hopes to help the ladies better understand men. Ladies can send their dating and relationship questions to AskTrigg@gmail.com.
Topic of the Week:
Red Flags in a Relationship
There are a lot of women (and men) out there in relationships that aren’t going in the right direction, but they either don’t recognize the red flags or just plain ignore them. In order to find “The One” dating is obviously necessary, but you’re not going to find “Mr. Right” if you’re in a relationship with “Mr. Right Now.” This week I am going talk about red flags in a relationship, signs that the person you’re with may not be the right one for you.
So what are the warning signs and how do you spot them? First off, I have to say that the one thing that women seem to worry about the most (the wandering eye) is not necessarily a red flag. Men are going to look at women, even if we’re in a solid relationship, it’s in our nature…but it doesn’t mean we want to be with someone else.
You should be secure enough in your relationship to know that it’s ok to look. The red flags come into play when it goes beyond that (flirting through email and/or text messages, etc.) Sometimes it’s harmless, but sometimes it not. Everyone wants to feel that special connection with someone, but if you or the person that you’re with is seeking that connection through someone else, it may be time to move on.
Also, if you (or your significant other) keep looking for excuses to be away from each other, such as working longer hours, planning nights out without the other, etc., it may be time to move on.
You don’t have to hate the person you’re with to justify ending a relationship. You fell in love with them at some point for a reason, they just may not be the right fit for you. So always remember, it is possible to have a respectful break up. Why stay with someone if they are not making you happy?
That’s it for this week. Remember ladies, send your questions to AskTrigg@gmail.com!