10 Things You Should Never Tolerate In A Relationship

Things You Should Never Tolerate In A Relationship

Isn’t it the best feeling when you know that you have found your soulmate, your significant other, and your one true love? If anything is better than this is learning that your partner also shares similar thoughts about you. However, there are 10 things you should never tolerate in a relationship.

Being in a relationship does not always seem so rosy and glittery as portrayed in novels and movies. Love indeed blinds us all, and often, it becomes very hard to realize if we are in a caged relationship with a toxic partner. Being in an awful relationship does not make one weak or insecure. Even strong and independent people succumb to such downtrodden relationships only for the sake of love. Hence, it takes us a long time to finally realize that something is seriously wrong with our partner.

 

Sometimes, we are aware of certain not-so-eligible traits in our partner, but we still tend to ignore them. Other times, we are simply in denial. Yes, nobody is perfect in this world, and each one of us got our share of negative attributes. Therefore, it’s important that we grow, evolve, and do away with such unfavorable traits. And having an understanding and supportive partner might just make the job easier.

The most crucial aspect is to understand and draw the line as to what extent we must tolerate and ignore such toxic traits, intervene with our partner or simply move away from them, seeking a better life and detoxification.

Things You Should Never Tolerate In A Relationship

There are 10 things you should never tolerate in a relationship.

Understanding the term “Toxic Relationship”

A “Toxic Relationship” operates between two or more people, who tend to be emotionally and physically damaging to their partner. It threatens the self-esteem, happiness, and well-being in general of the partners involved. Toxic relationships are dysfunctional and detrimental to the existence of the partners. A toxic relationship is characterized by insecurity, narcissism, dominance, control, and other negative attributes.

 

1. Never tolerate emotional and verbal abuse

Many people, who are in a relationship, are not even aware of the emotional abuse that they face from their partner while others are simply in denial. It’s really heartbreaking that we tolerate and accept this kind of emotional trauma without even realizing it. Physical abuse leaves marks on the skin, but mental abuse is more gruesome and damaging because it kills them from inside.

Emotional and verbal abuse typically involves threatening, name-calling, yelling, degrading comments, controlling behaviors, belittling in front of friends, family or colleagues, and more. Such kind of emotional abuse leaves you with low self-esteem and in a much pitiable condition. One needs to be aware as to when he or she is done enduring such kind of mistreatment and humiliation.

 

2. Physical abuse should be a deal-breaker

Our partner is supposed to protect us from harm and not rather inflict it upon us. Sadly enough, physical abuse is far too commonly practiced than we think. One should never endure physical assault at any cost no matter how important the person who is responsible for conflicting such pain on us. It leaves us with life long negative consequences.

Studies have shown that victims of domestic abuse are more prone to depression, anxiety, PTSD, and are at higher risks of drug dependency. The best possible way to deal with domestic violence is by seeking therapy. It is quite commonly seen that physical abusers suffer from certain hidden or diagnosed psychological problems. Therefore, one does not necessarily need to take legal actions against their loved ones but to simply seek proper counseling and treatment.

 

3. Never tolerate manipulative behavior

Are you tired of all the lying games, trust issues, and manipulation?

Of course, we all lie and it’s okay. However, what is not okay is to be a chronic liar. One fine morning, you wake up and realize that you are always the person making compromises in the relationship. Honesty is the foundation of every relationship, and one cannot sustain a relationship with perpetual trust issues. Once you fathom that you cannot trust a single word that comes out of your partner’s mouth, it’s too late. Some white lies help in maintaining the relationship, but other toxic lies can cause the relationship to fall apart.

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Ana Waller
Hi there! I love writing, and it is the best part of me and my life. I was always interested in the world of mental health, and hope to help people through my writings.
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