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A healthy relationship is built on trust and respect.
"I think you're making yourself feel that way."
One is far worse for relationships.
Has anyone ever accused you of being controlling?
This is a feature of abusive relationships.
We've all met a controlling person at some point.
The No. 1 thing to look for: behavioral consistency.
Funnily enough, a superiority complex is just a masked inferiority complex.
"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.
If the relationship is all about the other person, that's not a good sign.
There are those who directly display aggression and those who don't.
Controlling behavior isn't always physical aggression and outright demands.
This is a common behavior among narcissists, BTW.
Do you tend to stonewall during arguments?
At the core, jealousy stems from insecurity.
This might save you a lot of time!
Recognizing the work equates to recognizing the persons doing the work.
Keep an eye out for red flags—and proceed with caution when they appear.