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7 Ways Your Body Repels A Wrong Partner

Ways Body Repels Wrong Partner

Did you know there are signs that your body repels a wrong partner? Relationships can be tricky. A relationship can start off on a great note, but over time, it can get messy or there can be many situations where you will be left wondering, “Is this worth it?” Surprisingly, your body will let you know.

Your body has a way of telling you when something is wrong. The connection of our mind and body never lies. Your mind can pick the warning signs of a toxic relationship, similarly, your body will also give you signs when you are with the wrong partner. Learn how to protect your heart and your health by looking out for these physical signs your body repels a wrong partner, that you are in a bad relationship.

There are many ways our bodies let us know when something is wrong. Our instincts often hit us first, telling us what we need to know well before our consciousness catches up. Tuning in to these physical sensations can not only help you make the right decision—it might just save your life and relationships and of course your sanity.

Signs Your Body is Rejecting Someone
Signs Your Body is Rejecting Someone

Here are 7 Signs Your Body Repels A Wrong Partner

1. The Natural Moisture Goes Away

Your body knows it before you do. As you try getting into the act, your body won’t allow you. This signifies that your body is not ready to accept this person as someone intimate.

2. You have trouble sleeping next to him

Your body knows that you deserve better. Its senses are triggered to a level that you start feeling uncomfortable sleeping next to your partner. Science does say that a person gets the most comfortable sleep with someone he/she feels most close to. You’ll notice that the most peaceful sleep you find are the times when he is not with you or you are on a personal vacation without him.

3. Your Anxiety Reaches New Levels

You have never suffered from anxiety issues but now all of a sudden your internal system has been triggering anxiety attacks regularly. You start experiencing negative thoughts, often of low self-esteem. But hey, it’s not you, just your body talking to you about him.

Read: Your Body During a Breakup: 10 Scientific Effects Heartbreak Has On The Body

4. You Are Always Freezing

Your Bowel System Goes Crazy. You suffer from loss of appetite, making your body cold every now and then. You’ll feel the need for a pullover or a sweatshirt even when everyone else is feeling comfortable. This leads to your immune system weakening up and your body becoming prone to cough, cold, and flu.

5. Your Partner Gives you Jitters

7 Ways Your Body Repels A Wrong Partner
Signs Your Body Repels a Wrong Partner

This usually occurs in extreme situations, when your relationship has taken a negative turn. Every time you are around him, your body starts shaking terribly. You can ignore it as a coincidence but this is your body telling you that it cannot process the presence of someone unwanted around you.

6. You Feel Tired All the Time

While the right partner energizes you, A wrong one will end up making you feel drained all the time, not just physically but emotionally too.

7. You Don’t Feel Like to Work Out

While the right partner motivates you to be your Best Self, The wrong one – might make you feel lethargic. Those bushy eyebrows, bloated tummy, a dull face.  And still, you don’t care about it.

What’s your body trying to tell you – 7 Ways Your Body Repels A Wrong Partner
7 Ways Your Body Repels A Wrong Partner – What’s your body trying to tell you
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Ways Body Repels a Wrong Partner

Andrea Gordon

I am a very emotional and sensitive person, and honestly, I am proud of that. Whatever I do, I think and do from my heart and have absolutely no regrets about that. I believe that life is too short and everyone should try to spend as much time as possible with their loved ones.View Author posts

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