7 Signs to Help You Identify the Wrong Partner from the Beginning of a Relationship
3They try to change you
The idea of a perfect partner is different to everyone. It concerns factors like opinions, qualities, looks, interests and earnings. Rarely do such dreams of Mr Right become reality but yet people are always driven by such ideas and start expecting too much from relationships and partners.
aQuestions that will crop up eventually
Questions of expectations that may crop up in a relationship are “Have you ever tried dying your hair?” or “Why are you into tattooing, doctors earn much more money!” Some may also ask “You should wear expensive watches and not this rubbish — you’re a lady!’ such people may try to change you to conform to their ideals and opinions concerning lifestyle and behaviour and will attempt to change you, your tastes, habits and even the way you dress in every way possible. Sooner or later they may realize you aren’t what they expected and neither are you becoming what they want. This type of relationship will only thrive as long as you obey their wishes and agree in whatever thy say or do.
bYou’ll be manipulated
Your chosen partner will try to adjust you to their own habits and tastes and will provoke changes in your appearance or lifestyle in every possible way. Eventually, the partner will realize that you’re not their ideal and that such a relationship will only last as longand as you agree with their opinions. Such people display their intentions earlier than you think which is the only advantage.
4Your partner clearly separates your problems from theirs
If you tell your partner you have a leaky faucet or a light needs changing, they may just shrug it off, even kiss you on the cheek and walk off for a night with their friends. It is also possible that they may bring up an old incident that you refused to go shopping for their father’s birthday. If you need help, you just have to do it yourself however when they need help, it is offensive for you to refuse.
In such a relationship, you may end up purchasing medicine when your partner is sick, fixing them something to eat at the office, or even changing plans to suit your partner and all because their problems are now yours too. Such a situation isn’t good for you and the relationship.