6 Signs Your Partner Isn’t Infatuated or in Love But is Obsessed and Emotionally Abusive

Signs that suggest your partner is obsessed and emotionally abusive and you need to be cautious.

Not all love is sweet and innocent.

Your partner might be the most caring and attentive of all, and yet if they are obsessed with you, they are dangerous for you.

One needs to be careful of the signs which tell apart obsession and love. Because being in a relationship with someone who is obsessed with you and only you is not desirable as you might think. It can and will turn into an abusive relationship, sooner or later.

Such people have their own psychological demons inside their heads. The love they have for you is a manifestation of their own struggles.

And if you look closely enough you’ll be able to notice these red flags of toxic behavior easily. The very obvious example is when you start feeling that the relationship functions much more on emotions rather than on logic. Even if you feel that something is wrong you choose to ignore it.

You will think of a million reasons why they might have done something like that, and you’d always find something good enough to convince you.

 

Obsession is when the other person can’t seem to live without you.

It sounds very romantic that someone would love you so much that they want to be with you every second of the day. But it is neither practical, not healthy.

If someone wants to be with you constantly, they are neglecting their own life or perhaps don’t have one. And this is definitely not wholesome.

To have someone’s entire life around you can be a lot of pressure to take and is definitely not something that should be wished for. It is good when your friends know about your boyfriend and vice versa. It is no longer good if he doesn’t let you go out with them alone.

If he always wants to be around you and doesn’t let you have a personal space that is not cute at all. If he continuously calls or texts you over the duration of the day, he’s trying to keep a tab on you and not simply checking up on you.

If he is not comfortable with you having a good time without him then it is definitely a sign of trouble. Also if he has problems with all your male friends, no matter new or old he is definitely insecure about you.

If he makes you think like you need to choose between your family and friends and him, then he is not the right guy for you.

If he is not being able to handle you happy with someone else, that is his problem and not yours. You don’t have to feel guilty about spending time with your loved ones because it makes him uncomfortable, angry or jealous.

He being miserable on his own and not letting you live a life at all is on him and him alone. All this need on their part might seem flattering at first, but remember this is not a sign of love.

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