When we love someone, we often forget what we deserve because we directing all our energies to meeting their needs.
But being treated with disrespect, especially when you're doing everything you can to make someone happy, is the worst thing people can do to you.
There are a few things you can do right away when you realize that your partner doesn't respect you that much to make things better.
Of course you can try a serious conversation about the problem first.
You have a burden on your heart and you need to get rid of it, and if your partner loves you, they will listen to what you have to say.
This is the ideal opportunity to get to know you ;Speak up and say anything that you feel is a problem in your relationship.
If you are being disrespected, you must be direct because all you need is the truth.
2. Don't jump to conclusions
If at one point or another in your relationship you've noticed even small signs of disrespect from your partner, don't jump to conclusions.
Maybe he was having a bad day. Maybe you said something that offended him. Maybe someone made him angry at work and he couldn't control himself.
There are so many things that could have happened before he came to your house and you got the impression that he doesn't respect you.
Think this through carefully before jumping to any conclusions.
3. Make time for yourself
In relationships, it's really important to take some time for yourself, especially if you and your partner normally spends all of your time together.
Go somewhere alone for a few days to clear your head and maybe give him a little time away to see what he did wrong.< /p>
This alone time also gives you the necessary freedom to think about everything in peace and to see what is going on in your relationship from a relaxed perspective.
4. Think how often it happens
In an average day, how often do you feel disrespected? Did it only happen once or does it happen more than once?
Have you felt disrespected on a daily basis since the relationship began? Because if so, then you have no business in the relationship, my dear.
5. Ignore it
This is the hardest thing you can do, but try somehow to ignore your partner's disrespectful behavior for a while and then see how they react.
After a while you should see if it has gotten worse or maybe it has improved and your relationship is better now.
It may well be that your partner continued with his mean comments because you laughed at him, even though you gave him no reason to suspect that it was an insult.
Maybe you were so wü tending towards him that he thought it was cute.
You won't know until you try to avoid and completely ignore such situations.
6. Set Boundaries
You and your partner might be throwing little sarcastic comments at each other all the time, and that's how you work.
But it's very important to set boundaries between when it's funny and sarcastic and when it's just borderline offensive.
Set boundaries between what you can take and what's just downright disrespectful.
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Either you ignore your partner, as said before, or you just play your own little game and finish them off with kindness.
When our partner treats us disrespectfully, we tend to play along and repay them – but please don't.
Just turn the other cheek every now and then and if he doesn't see how wrong his behavior is, then he just isn't the right person for you.
8. Learn "No" to say
Often when our partner disrespects us, it's because we give them the opportunity to do so. I know this may sound crazy, but how many times have you had sex without really wanting it?
You have to learn to say ”no” to say and not go along with everything he wants.
Sometimes going to bed is better than “yes” to say without really meaning it.
9. Stand up for yourself when you feel disrespected
After talking to your partner about disrespecting you, stand up for yourself each time. Check yourself in if you see a warning sign.
Don't just take the insult or abuse, tell him you're done with the abuse.
If you don't end it like this, it will go on forever.
10. Go away
I'm very sorry that last point has to be so harsh, but I think it's the only thing you can do to stop someone from mistreating or insulting you , is to simply leave him. You need to stop blaming yourself.
Maybe it will break your heart and maybe it will hurt for a while when you think about what went wrong, but remember, that you have to respect yourself first and foremost.
You teach people how to treat you and if you stay with him even though he has done some bad things to you then you are promoting just that behavior.
When you realize there's nothing you can do to make him stop, then it's time to pack up and get out of here.