I’m a dating expert and here are 3 things your boyfriend or girlfriend should never tell you
A dating coach has revealed three things you should never say to your boyfriend or girlfriend while in a relationship.
Jacob Lucas is a UK-based coach who has used his real-life methods to ‘help millions of people get the love life they’ve always wanted’.
In addition to working directly with clients, she shares dating content on TikTok with her 750,000 followers. He is also the author of his dating coach guide book.
In a recent video on TikTok, she outlines three things that partners shouldn’t say to each other, saying that if your partner does any of these things, they may not be a good person for the relationship.
According to Jacob, people who use the techniques highlighted in his videos may struggle to express themselves in appropriate ways.
The Dating Coach (pictured) lists three things your boyfriend or girlfriend should never tell you while in a relationship
In the video, she says: ‘I’m a professional dating coach, and here are three things your boyfriend or girlfriend should never say or do when they’re in a relationship with you.
‘And if your partner has done any of these things, you might want to reconsider whether he’s the right person for you, because those are all huge red flags.’
Starting with the first point, he says: ‘Number one, whenever they don’t get their own way with you, they ghost you as punishment.’
He continues, saying that by ghosting you, anyone who does this will want you to chase them, so ‘they feel superior to you and think they’re getting their own way again’.
He added: ‘It also shows me that they don’t know how to pronounce [themselves] in a proper way.
‘So the result is stupid tactics, like ghosting their own boyfriends and girlfriends, and that’s not the kind of person you want to be in a relationship with.’
Moving on to the next point, she said: ‘Number two, whenever you argue with your boyfriend or girlfriend, instead of talking it out calmly, they always say they’re leaving the relationship when they actually have no intention of leaving you.
‘They’re trying to make you worry about leaving, so you pretty much agree with what they’re saying.
Jacob (pictured) says that when they threaten to leave, it’s a toxic way some people engage in arguments.
‘If they want to leave you, whatever, it shouldn’t be seen as a tool to win an argument.
‘This is a really immature, creepy trick that your partner should never do to you.’
His final point is an unpleasant behavior he says partners should never do to each other.
He explained: ‘Number three… is a horrible thing to do in a relationship.
‘And that will always cause an argument. It’s when they start comparing you negatively to other people – especially their exes.’