Common Signs Of A Dysfunctional Relationship

Common Signs Of A Dysfunctional Relationship

Relationships do not always end up as many people may expect. Attraction between people may help start a relationship. But it does not always lead to compatibility. Some relationships that start out well can turn out to be dysfunctional. Here are some common signs to know if you are into one.

You have this feeling of fear and insecurity when around your partner.

Some relationships seem to survive with all the wrong reasons. Sometimes, there is this unhealthy fear that you may have for your partner. You do not wish to make him or her angry. You always want to please your partner out of fear. You also seem to have this sense of insecurity while you are around your partner. You are not in a healthy relationship if you feel such things all the time.

Your partner becomes nicer every time you ask for space.

Some people can get quite comfortable in a relationship that they become too complacent. They feel that they have you in their fingertips and on their beck and call in the name of love. Soon enough the relationship becomes one sided. It is only when you ask for some space that your partner changes and suddenly becomes nice and caring towards you. Once everything is fine once again, it is back to the old ways. If you are in a relationship where this happens every time you ask for space, chances are you have dysfunctional relationship.

Being with your partner takes all of your time.

For most people, that may be what love is all about, always being together. You feel that your partner needs you because he or she always wants to be with you. You spend all day and do things together. It may be a romantic situation for some people. But this is not always normal. Your partner will always want to be with you because he or she does not want to share you with anybody else. It can come to a point when even your friends or family members rarely see you. This can be a sign of a partner’s selfish habits. Eventually, you will feel trapped instead of being wanted. That is a sign that you may be in a dysfunctional relationship.

 

 
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