Signs of abusive dating relationships
Psychologically abusive relationships can be seen in any configuration: between spouses, caregiver and child, within a friendship or in the workplace.
Psychological abuse can happen to heterosexual or homosexual couples of any race or socioeconomic status.
In all probability, they’ve been trying to get your attention by texting you goodnight and good morning texts, or buying you gifts, or taking you out often.
And in response, they’re hoping you’d do something nice for them too. And this simple confusion could lead to your partner believing you’re selfish or too self centered.
Being selfless in a relationship is a sign of unconditional love, but being too selfless can make even the nicest people take your niceness for granted! ] How can you tell if you’re being selfish in the relationship? If you’re too self centered and believe your needs are more important than everyone else’s needs, you’re probably a selfish person even if you don’t think so.
[Read: 23 types of relationships that can define your love life] And at times, your selfless nature could be the catalyst to an abusive relationship where you’d be controlled all the time by someone who didn’t even want to control you in the first place. The first step to stop being selfish is realization.