Friends used to back partner concerns, but now they keep their mouths shut. They can't bring themselves to correct you.
Friends will shun and remove themselves from you if you don't provide them with assistance. Being poisonous prevents you from having fun, so you spend Saturday nights alone.
You continuously seek affirmation from your spouse as a result of negative thinking, which causes a self-fulfilling prophesy and pushes them away.
Your emotions appear to constantly come first, but keep in mind that you are not the centre of the universe. The life of your companion is also important.
Fighting by smashing plates is hardly "fiery and romantic." When violence is involved, even when it is violence against inanimate objects, you have a serious issue.
You put other people's opinions before your partner's feelings and won't stand up for them in front of unfriendly family or friends. You place greater value on appearance.
"Boundaries are established for each spouse in a happy marriage. You are the issue, not your spouse, if you violate their limits."
"Silent therapy for every issue? Nothing will change by behaving like a spoiled brat. It's harmful and immature conduct."
"Manipulative conduct in relationships won't work long-term. Remember that it's a collaboration; lying, misrepresenting their job, or complaining won't help."
When you win an argument, you could get a bad sensation; this is your conscience telling you that something isn't right. Change your strategy after listening to your instincts.
A typical narcissistic feature is to hold your spouse accountable for your negative behaviour. "I wouldn't have keyed your car if you hadn't gotten on my nerves."
"One may just decide to give up when a poisonous relationship reaches its breaking point. Before being let go and beginning to recuperate, it is the final straw."