We all know Love is the most beautiful thing to have, hardest thing to earn and the most painful thing to lose, Falling in love too is beautiful.
A man in love is a beautiful thing to watch but to be the reason is Awesome.
Everyone one of us craves for a natural connection, Chemistry and Compatibility, well what if all is served in one plate but still fails to work? Dont you think there must be something wrong somewhere? well dont mind here’s why.. !
Have you ever found yourself engaging in constant behaviour that is negatively influencing your relationship?
Have you thought about why you are jumping from one relationship to another? Each ending bitterly and never lasting for any “proper” length of time. Probably you might be the problem.
If you worry that’s the case, it’s time to start reading the signs you are the toxic one in the relationship.
Have you once tried to break into your ex’s phone so many times in a row that you got locked out of it. Needless to say, this wasn’t the first time something like that happened. Do you check your partner’s phone and email and constantly check in on him/her? Excessive snooping creates a toxic atmosphere of mistrust when sometimes there’s nothing warranting the behavior.
If there’s a valid reason motivating the snooping, the relationship probably isn’t the relationship you should be in. Figure out if this is your issue or if it’s an unhealthy relationship. If it’s your issue, start trusting your partner and enjoy your relationship. If it’s an unhealthy relationship, it’s time to exit and find a trustworthy partner.
You regularly threaten your partner
Every time you have a disagreement, you threaten bodily harm, give ultimatums, or threaten to leave them. E.g. “If you don’t do this, I will leave you.”
Your partner avoids you
He/she does not initiate contact with you and is always trying to cut conversations short in order to get away. Keeping quiet for one another for larger periods of time brought about by priding self.
You never apologize
The word “sorry” simply doesn’t exist in your vocabulary. You’re not willing to admit when you’re wrong and you are always finding excuses to justify your actions.
You never let go
Even if your partner is remorseful for something they did, you hold it over their head constantly and years later, you’re still reminding them of their mess up.
You Create Tension
Do you alienate your significant other’s family and avoid spending time with or including them? This creates unnecessary tension and forces your partner to choose between you or his family. This scenario rarely ends favorably.