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When your partner doesn't want to introduce you to his family and friends or if he doesn't want to be open about your relationship on social media, this could mean that he has something to hide, like double life or other girlfriends, say Ana Aluisy, licensed married and family Therapist and author of Reinvent Your Relationship: Therapist's Insights to Having Relationship you ve Always want. When your partner has a difficult time communicating their inner thoughts and feelings with you, this is a huge red flag because it will put a great deal of distress on relationship, explains Bree Maresca - Kramer, Therapist and author of It's that Simple. Healthy relationships continue to grow in emotional intimacy, and to do that you must be able to talk with one another freely and openly. This doesn't come naturally to some people, but it is a skill that can and should be learn! If your partner is emotionally closed off and reluctant to talk about their past life and relationships, their family, friendships, future goals, it's sign that they re holding back important information about themselves. It could be that they are trying to keep something in their past hidden, are covering up a problem or issue that could be on - going but has not yet revealed itself in your relationship, and / or they are not being honest about their commitment and intentions for relationship, say Toni Coleman, psychotherapist and Relationship Coach. If it feels as though your partner is resistant to introducing you to their close family and friends, this can be a glaring red flag, says Rhonda Richards - Smith, licensed psychotherapist and relationship expert. It could just be nerves or desire to keep others from interfering in your new relationship, but it can also indicate that they don't see the two of you together for long haul. Instead of wondering why, initiate a conversation about your desire to connect with other important people in your partner's life. Having problematic relationships with their parents or describing them as toxic may be a sign that this person is still entangled in the drama of the past. Some people are raised in difficult environments and overcome their childhood traumas. But others are still caught up in memories that may prove to be stumbling blocks for them in the future and in Your Relationship,s explains Rhonda Milrad, founder and CEO of Relationup. When two people that care about each other get together, they want to know everything about the other person, what makes them tick, why they like what they like, what their childhood was like, etc. If your real significant other doesn't seem interested in your path through life or what makes you you, it may be a sign that they don't see you as a person so much as a thing, says Hunt Ethridge, certified Dating Coach and co - founder of International Dating Coach Association.

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Enter the China Years

By all appearances, Beijing looks on track to become the world's largest and most productive economy in a few years. Furthermore, if the One Belt, One Road project pass, then the Chinese Communist Party and strongman Xi Jinping will be undisputed masters of Eurasia and most of the world's busiest ports. Even President Donald Trumps current trade war with China does not seem to pose a huge threat to future Chinese - dominated globe. According to Professor George Magnus of China Centre at Oxford University and School of Oriental and African Studies, there are plenty of reasons to be suspicious of Chinese takeover. Red Flags is all about the myriad ways that the Chinese economy is neither powerful nor stable. Indeed, Magnus book predicts that in coming years, this economic titan may be heading for a serious crash. Now, readers at this point should be a little wary. Western experts have been predicting various things about Communist China since 1949. Arguably, the biggest mistake was the belief that after Mao's death, China would liberalize. Under Deng Xiaoping, Chinese economy do liberalized to an extent, but, as Magnus shows in this book, capitalization of Chinese markets does not mean that CCP keep its hands off. Rather, CCP has always played a large role in directing the economy, and most private companies in China are actually owned by the Chinese government. Red Flags opens with a brief discussion of Chinese history, especially what IT calls its Century of Humiliation. During that time, Manchu - controlled Qing Empire was divided up by the economic and military powers of Great Britain, France, Germany, Russia, and Japan. These foreign powers create concession ports where foreigners enjoy trade monopolies while also living under European, American, or Japanese law, not Chinese law. This century has never been forgotten by Chinese, and indeed the staying power of the CCP is due in large part to the rhetoric of Mao and his successors about how the Party give China back its sovereignty and prestige. While Magnus agrees that foreigners do economically exploit Chinese, he also notes that they modernized the formerly backwards Qing Empire, and, thanks to British port cities like Hong Kong and Singapore, Communist China managed to join the global capitalist world in the 1960s and 1970s thanks to beneficial trade agreements. Now, in modern day China, despite all of its success, there are still some major economic problems that have been part of Chinese life since at least the Ming Dynasty. First of all, corruption remains endemic despite regular anti - corruption purges. Second, debt holdings make up the majority of China's GDP, and according to all indicators, state of the Chinese economy in 2018 looks a lot like the Japanese economy just before 1990 and the American economy just prior to the Great Recession.

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