We stay in toxic relationships because we are unaware that we are in a toxic relationship in the first place.
We tend to remain unaware of what our toxic partner means to us and our emotional states, and we often find excuses in love just to stay a little longer.
What we need to understand is staying and believing that things will eventually change is just too naïve and we hurt ourselves all the time.
The toxic relationship thing. strong> is that they are addictive because they make you feel like you have someone to rely on.
They are challengingbecause you think you can make it work, and you think you have to work really hard to be happy in a relationshipwhile in fact toxic relationships are all about fear leave.
You are trapped in toxic relationships because you believe that staying in a dysfunctional relationship is better than being alone.
If you are in a toxic relationship,do you have this scorecard where you keep track of who did what to whom. You fight about who is the one who brings more to this relationship and you continue to be held responsible for everything that happened in your relationship.
Everything that happened is written somewhere and your toxic partner is just waiting for an opportunity to play that card.
When you are in a toxic relationship, your partner ‘drops clues’ and does others passive-aggressive things.
He (or she) is unable to relate to you on a "normal human level" to communicate and instead, to state the desire clearly, you are pushed with cues in the direction of where your partner wants you.
Instead of telling you what is really bothering them , he decides to piss you off and then he has a legitimate excuse to act like an idiot to you and say out loud what he wanted to say first.
When you're in a toxic relationship, it feels like you're being held hostage because every little hiccup is talked about as a breakup.
Whenever your partner does something doesn't fit, he says he can't stay in a relationship like that.
Instead of asking you why you're cold, he decides to say, “I can't be with someone who is cold to me all the time”.
When you are in a toxic relationship, you are responsible for your partner's feelings.
When your partner was having a bad day but didn't mention it and you are decides to watch a movie instead of staying and hugging and comforting your partner, you are accused of being insensitive and self-centered.
You are actually expected to touch their feelings ;hle ”babysitter” and tuned into what's going on with your partner all the time.
But eventually you will break out of a toxic relationship. You allow yourself not to associate your life with such a person, and life will eventually reward you with a good guy—a ‘real’ Relationship that you have not seen many times in your life.
At first you will not be aware that you are in the right place because everything will be new for you ;r be you.
You will have room to learn and you will have support for who you really are. There will be no efforts to change you and there will be no complaints about your character.
You will be accepted for who you are and you will be loved for who you are.
Eventually you'll start to remember how you really wanted your life to be because you definitely didn't want to spend your life pleasing someone who could never be truly satisfied.
You will be , who you really are.
You will constantly overthink, and you will think five, ten or even twenty steps ahead.
You will try to make a script of each of your dates, but everything turns out much better than you imagine, because you expect the same story that you have experienced before, but you you will get something completely different.
You will keep thinking it's just too good to be true and you will always be waiting for something to happen, to prove you're right.
The feeling that something bad is about to happen at any moment will follow you constantly, but you have to understand that it's not based on a “perfect storm” waiting.
It could be that in your previous relationships, arguments came out of nowhere, but you have to remember that you were freed from those chains a long time ago.
So f&aml; At some point you will start to trust your partner.
You will start doing things that you (both) enjoy. No more things just for ;r him do; your day doesn't revolve around anyone but you.
You'll discover things that you both enjoy. do, and you will spend time doing those things.
After a fight you won't feel like your whole world is falling apart and that you are responsible for it.
Your experience tells you that only toxic relationships cause fights have, but that's not true. Every relationship has hiccups, but where the "good" and the "bad" Differing relationships are the results of quarrels.
In the "correct" relationship, you won't feel like shit after a fight because that wasn't your partner's original idea.
You and your partner will search for a solution to the problem and find the roots where it all started so you can destroy them in the beginning instead of blaming yourself.
You will do everything to solve the problem, because you want to stay together, you don't want to break up.
People will enjoy seeing you together because a healthy relationship is glowing- and I mean literally glowing.
You're walking close together and you're holding hands the public. You will smile often and the happiness and love you both feel will reflect outwardly as well.
You will not be afraid to disagree ,because once you accept that you have a guy who is there because he loves you, not because he's afraid to be alone or because he needs someone, someone who works, you'll find space to speak your thoughts without fear.
You can say out loud what you want and don't want and what you like and dislike instead of constantly compromising and doing things your partner wants.
You will share a common passion for the future.There will be no threats to break up and you won't have this fear that you could lose him at any moment.
Instead you can plan your future together and go towards your goal together.
You will enjoy doing everyday tasks together, like shopping or cooking lunch, and it will be fun. make.
You won't be the one doing all the work and not getting credit for it, instead you will do it together and you will look forward to it.
You will know that without your partner, but you will refuse to go through life without them.
The catch is, you don't want to feel addicted to them or leave them.
You will choose him to go through your life together, because that's what the ”right” Relationships.
They make you feel like you have your ”forever” person and you will want to hold onto it.
The difference between the toxic relationship and the "right" will be reflected in your happiness.
You will feel like a decent human being and you forgot that for a while. That's what toxic relationships do to us.
You will enjoy your time with people you love without worrying that it will cause problems afterwards.
You don't have to justify your actions and you will make something of your life because you won't have anyone weighing you down.
You'll feel good. The way you haven't felt in a million years.
You will feel loved and valued, you will feel needed and you will feel like you can choose ;you are in the right place and your eyes will shed tears.
When you finally accept the love you truly deserve instead of what you think you do deserve it you will see that you are only going through one lesson in life and you will thank god for this toxic relationship because it taught you never to settle for less and to know the difference between the “right” and the "wrong" Knowing guys when you meet them.