Although most relationships are pregnant with love and happy memories, a dysfunctional relationship is riddled with conflict, heartache and warning signs.
The reason that it’s essential to set boundaries in an abusive relationship is so that you don’t lose touch with who you are and not letting the abuse tear you down completely.
Do you only spend time with your partner? Does your lover check your phone daily? Are they jealous of your friends? If yes, then you just might have a possessive boyfriend or girlfriend with some serious boundary issues.
When dealing with narcissists in court, remember: everything you say can and will be used against you.
When two people have a very close relationship, it’s natural to depend on each other for certain things. However, if one of you is toxic, this can lead to codependency.
Each of us are fully responsible for the relationship, not one another and it’s not the conflict in a relationship that’s the problem, but one’s inability to deal with it skillfully.
Never let someone who contributes so little to a relationship control so much of it.
From being drowned with constant texts to being compelled to show your your inbox to your partner, check out 7 glaring texting behaviors that are warning signs of a toxic relationship.
Being ignored causes the same chemical reaction in the brain as being physically hurt. In a relationship, the silent treatment solves no problem, it only creates more.
Yes, it will be one of the hardest things you will ever do, but it will be more than worth it.