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Most people suck at conflict, so it's worth taking the time to learn better.
Here's how a sex therapist would answer this question.
"Daddy issues" are more commonly talked about, but "mommy issues" are definitely a thing too.
There are three steps, and the last one is the hardest.
Many people get love and limerence confused.
Sexual fluidity is a thing!
"Will you ever leave me?"
Monogamy isn't the only way.
"You're being dramatic."
There is no room for aggression, threats, attacks, or controlling behavior in a healthy relationship.
Perhaps unrequited love is better defined simply as longing—longing for someone so desperately that it feels like love, even when it's not.
There are those who directly display aggression and those who don't.
Controlling behavior isn't always physical aggression and outright demands.
Twin flame relationships aren't always meant to last.
Polyamory offers radical new ways of relating to others.
This is a common behavior among narcissists, BTW.
Do you tend to stonewall during arguments?
At the core, jealousy stems from insecurity.
Monogamy isn't the only way to do relationships.
It's not just about finding ways to "spice things up."