It could be a sign they’re clingy or possessive, both of which are stifling and bad signals for a future relationship.
Be aware of your date’s expectations of you as well.
Commenter LARPkitten suggests Amanda may be trying to break down your self-esteem and gain the upper hand so she can control you.
Her sharing things isn’t necessarily bad, but if it makes you uncomfortable, it’s definitely a red flag insecurity or lacking emotional intelligence.
As commenter The Knitigator points out, if Greg is looking for you to “restore his trust” in people or undo all the damage done to him by previous significant others, that’s way too much pressure on you early on.
Also, if Greg tells your landlady that he’s moving in without you knowing, or gives you a key to his place after only three dates — run.
If your date isn’t capable of handling some of the basic responsibilities that go along with being a dating adult, or worse, totally shuns them altogether, you should re-evaluate your relationship with them.
There’s nothing wrong with being a child at heart, but according to Lifehacker US readers, here are some examples of “Peter Pan Syndrome” red flags: Your date doesn’t have to act like a fuddy-duddy grown-up all the time, but the last thing you want is to pick up their slack, date someone emotionally your junior or have to teach them how to be an adult. Poking fun at each other can be cute, but there’s a line.