11. There is a value for only one thing.
If your partner is vocal about his love for you only because of sex or your looks, you may be in for trouble in your relationship. Some partners may also like their spouses or better halves for their ability to earn money.
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12. No sense of relationship security.
The relationship has seen many ups and downs and there have been many breakups and reconciliation in the time being. Despite numerous fallouts, you have been not sure of the growth path of the relationship.
13. There is no room for ethics.
Your partner indulges in lying every now and then and shows signs of discontent in a relationship or marriage.
14. Interaction always means a bitter fight.
In the course of an interaction, you always end up fighting and screaming at each other whenever the two of you are together.
15. Teasing and taunting take a dangerous turn.
A lot of the time, your partner may just tease and taunt you for your facial expressions or tone of voice. They are more interested in belittling you and breaking your resolve and have little practical efficacy.
16. Out of sight is out of mind.
If your partner is on an international trip, and they reach safely a new place or destination, he or she calls on upon arrival without following it up with repeated calls.
17. Dismissive of interests and vocations.
If your partner is not encouraging of the things you do for a living with only judging the things you do with how important they are to him or her and not you, then you are in for trouble.
18. Lack of dependability and reliability in times of crisis.
In case a close family member falls ill, you cannot depend on your partner in times of emergency.
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19. Stonewalling parenthood.
You and your partner flat out refuse to talk about important relationship topics such as having a baby and whether they would make a good parent.
20. Not a great team.
You often wonder if your partner and you make a good team. In times of happiness or distress, you don’t seem to find a company in him or her. There are almost no explanations when you are met with unexpected behaviors.
Acrimonious relationships, turbulent affairs, and divorces often take a toll on our bodies and mind. The state of mental health often depends on the length of the relationship, the kind of relationship, whether there is an existence of violence (both mental and physical), the presence of children and infidelity.
While we may have our apprehensions and are fearful of cutting ties with our partners, it is oftentimes good for both of you. Being proactive in talking about our mental health in the utmost seriousness is the name of the game. You should never compromise or settle with emotional and mental instability.
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