Signs your dating mr right
If you constantly feel guilty in your relationship, but you don’t really know why, it might be because your partner is encouraging you to feel that way.
Does your partner always claim that everything’s your fault?
Are they incapable of taking responsibility for their words and actions toward you and others?
Do you feel bad when you spend time with your friends and family?
Worse still, do you feel as if you don’t even know what you’ve done wrong? An abusive partner will find multiple opportunities to point out what you are doing wrong – as a way to gain a sense of power over you (2).
Brene Brown, the great researcher and author, notes that there is a difference between guilt and shame. Can you name 3 or 4 things your partner has rebuked you for over the last week? A screaming red flag is when they tell you that you are so “bad” that nobody else would take or love you.
Then, if you or someone else protests, they will laugh it off and either claim that they are “just joking” and that you have no sense of humor or are just “too sensitive” (1).
If your partner indicates they have no time to talk about what worries, scares or inspires you, notice if it’s part of a pattern.