Relationships

Support for Leaving

When a partner has become abusive, it is time to end the relationship. There are many abusive partners who are perfect companions in public, and...

Relationships

Behavior Changes in a Partner

There are many relationships that last for decades, and partners end their life with the same person they married. These are often the best examples...

Relationships

Giving Another Chance

Relationships between two people can be stressful, but that is no reason for either partner to become abusive. It does happen, and the history of...

Relationships

Making a Choice

There are few things more disruptive to a relationship than family interference, and this is a good reason to consider staying out of a relationship....

Relationships

Asking Permission to be Bad

The modern world has evolved a series of rules on what is acceptable behavior, but this has not necessarily stopped abusive relationships. Abusers have learned...

Relationships

Recognizing the Warning Signs

Relationships are about many things, but forming an emotional attachment to another person is the glue that holds the relationship together. People invest heavily in...

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The Concerned Partner

When two people have been married for a while, it might seem their life is paradise. One person might always have issues, and the concerned...

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Devaluing a Date

Couples often get into situations where they wish they could take back something they said, and it can be forgiven if it only happens occasionally....

Coming home to a partner should be a comfortable and relaxing experience, but it often seems to be the opposite in the modern world. This issue occurs because many people do not recognize the red flags they should see before the relationship forms, and it causes them to remain in a bad relationship. The best way to stop this process is to cut off the relationship before it begins, but a person must be able to recognize the red flags first.

Low self-esteem is often a problem in the modern world, and this affects the ability of daters to recognize red flags. Those who are the problem in the relationship are often experienced in getting what they want, and they find ways to laugh off or dismiss any objections their partner may have. They are good at distracting people from their obvious flaws, or they have learned how to hide them. Staying away from these types of people is the best way to avoid a bad relationship.