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It's a healthy love if it helps you grow and love yourself more. And an unhealthy love for me is when you find yourself stuck in the dark with fear and confusion...feeling unwanted and unimportant.
What is the difference between healthy and unhealthy love?
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"It's important to remember that it's not how a relationship starts that matters, it's how it evolves."
"It's important to remember that it's not how a relationship starts that matters, it's how it evolves."
I think mine is evolving in a negative way but I can’t tell if maybe it’s just a rough patch.disappointed face
I think mine is evolving in a negative way but I can’t tell if maybe it’s just a rough patch.disappointed face
Listen...if he doesn't seem to care then the"rough patch" ain't worth it. But on an optimistic note, see if you feel like there's still genuine care for each other. Maybe he's worried about something that he can't freely talk about. Let him know your side of situation so he feels comfortable explaining his own. Maybe nothing is over yet. Talk . Don't wait for things to fall back in place on their own. The uncertainty will take a toll on your mental health.
Listen...if he doesn't seem to care then the"rough patch" ain't worth it. But on an optimistic note, see if you feel like there's still genuine care for each other. Maybe he's worried about something that he can't freely talk about. Let him know your side of situation so he feels comfortable explaining his own. Maybe nothing is over yet. Talk . Don't wait for things to fall back in place on their own. The uncertainty will take a toll on your mental health.
We’ve been working at things for two months and he has agreed to start therapy and has been going for a couple weeks now. I have been giving him space to work through his issues and we haven’t been talking much he’s just updating me on how therapy is going and it seems to be helping him. But every time we talk it seems like he will say something negative about me or how he feels about me and I feel like it’s really taking a toll on me and I don’t deserve it. I know there’s still love there and we’ve been together over a year. We have plans to see each other next weekend so hopefully things have continued to improve and we can talk about how he’s made me feel at that time and things will get better. I don’t want them to escalate and the relationship to become toxic. pensive face
Wow my ex hit all 5 markers. I'm so grateful it ended finally.
1. Open Communication
2. Mutual Respect
3. Kindness
4. Patience
We can practice all of these things.
Hard to believe that I didn’t recognize abuse in my own relationship. Thankful to have survived but my life will never be the same. I am wiser and way more cautious.
In healthy relationships, people can feel safe, respected and accepted for who they are. In unhealthy relationships, people may feel anxious, confused, uncertain and even unsafe. Knowing these differences can help you make choices about who you date and for how long.
In healthy relationships, people can feel safe, respected and accepted for who they are. In unhealthy relationships, people may feel anxious, confused, uncertain and even unsafe. Knowing these differences can help you make choices about who you date and for how long.
Yes but what if someone is insecure and always thinks he/she isn't respected or feels uncertain. If someone doesn't have self confidence they think they're not good enough so in this situation it's not an unhealthy relationship or maybe it's not.
Yes but what if someone is insecure and always thinks he/she isn't respected or feels uncertain. If someone doesn't have self confidence they think they're not good enough so in this situation it's not an unhealthy relationship or maybe it's not.
If someone is that insecure they are probably incapable of having a healthy relationship. It's hard but it's true, I've been there.
Yes but what if someone is insecure and always thinks he/she isn't respected or feels uncertain. If someone doesn't have self confidence they think they're not good enough so in this situation it's not an unhealthy relationship or maybe it's not.
Well they should learn to love themselves first and figure themselves out first. Before dating someone else because that’ll ruin the other person as well. I’ve been through that situation where I was insecure and my trust was gone. I ruined him and myself I was unhealthy. So I left.
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