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Or, are you perfectly content with your partner, and you want everyone there to notice you with him/her?
If the latter is true, then he/she passes the test.
When we are unhappy and we don't say anything, our resentment builds up and boils over. Once he's marginalised your intuition, you then marginalise your common sense and your friends and other things.
So I think it starts at a very subtle level, to listen to that sense that maybe something is wrong here and just keeping yourself aware of that voice.
"Conversely, if the person that you are dating nearly always monopolises the conversation, does not ask you about yourself or your day, and then tunes you out when you start speaking, these are clear signals that your date is not really very interested in you as a person except as an audience for them.
If they are not interested now at the beginning of the relationship, they are likely to be even less interested later on." — Elinor Greenberg, psychologist and author of Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations: The Pursuit of Love, Admiration, and Safety "It certainly helps if you're dating someone that you want to make happy and who wants to make you happy in return. Do they stop what they're doing to give you their attention?
When you feel good, feel that your partner is patient and true, treats you the same in public as he/she does at home, then you're on the right path. That is a sign of a controlling person and he/she will never treat you properly." — Tracy Malone, founder of Narcissist Abuse Support.
Keep in mind that your intuition may send out warnings as well. For example, if your partner wants to change you in any way. "A good sign that someone is right for you is if you can imagine that person fitting in to other parts of your life and not just living in a microcosm of the relationship.
Ask yourself: Do they get along with the other people in my life? Do we have mutual interests and things that we enjoy doing together that can be a source of sustainability in a relationship?
If the answer is yes, then you may be on the right track." — Holly Daniels, a doctor who specialises anxiety, co-dependency, and relationship addiction at Sober College "One of the signs that your date is likely to make a good mate is that the he or she shows genuine interest in your life and listens attentively when you are speaking.
They also remember things that you have told them about yourself.