Signs That Can Help You Spot You’re In A Wrong Relationship

11Your opinion means nothing

This is a trait possessed by both selfish people and people who are trying to change you. They are controlling and will do things their way. Your opinions will mean nothing to them. They will start with small things like planning dates and what movies to watch and which restaurants to go to.

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12It gets worse

Eventually, they will start dictating your life. Where you can go, who you can meet, which of your friends are allowed to come over and which aren’t. They will act like they’re planning things for the both of you but really; it’s only what they want. At some point, you have to speak up or this will turn into emotional abuse.

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13They don’t care about your mental health

Your partner is supposed to be the person closest to you. They know you in and out and they spend a lot of time with you. You should be able to talk to them about your feelings and mental health. But if they don’t care about your mental well-being and say things like “You’re overreacting” or “it’ll be okay”, know that they don’t actually care. Someone like this can damage your mental health further.

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14Your lifestyles are different

Introverts and extroverts can make it work sometimes but mostly, they break up. If you love partying and your partner loves staying at home, at some point you will both be irritated by each other’s habits. The same applies to someone who loves working out and eating healthy being in a relationship with someone who thrives on junk food and is unhealthy. These relationships just won’t work and there isn’t any point in trying.

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15Your paths should have never met

First dates can’t tell you everything about a person. Sometimes, you may get into a relationship with someone and then realize that they are entirely wrong for you. The prudent decision here is to give it a try and then break up. If you keep trying and fail, this will take both people bitter and even bring in disgust. People with different lifestyles deserve to do what they want without changing (unless they want to).

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