字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Hey Psych2Goers, welcome back to our channel. Do you often feel drained and unhappy in your relationship? The person you once fell in love with just doesn't seem to be there. And the relationship seems to have taken a turn in the wrong direction. Healthy relationships sometimes take work, but the positive feelings often take the front seat. They say they love you, but because of the negative feelings, maybe you sense their love for you might be a toxic one. To help you identify if this may be the case, here are seven signs their love for you is toxic. Number one: You give up on your needs because they just don't care. Have you expressed your needs and wants in a relationship to your partner, only to have them ignored? It's unhealthy for our needs to be suppressed or put off. And this goes the same for our relationship's needs. Perhaps you desire a strong connection, affection, or respect, but every time you bring up what you need as a couple, a fight erupts. Maybe they bring up accusations as a deflect, or maybe they decide to mock your needs instead. These are all toxic relationship behaviors. You may even give up on bringing up the topic because you simply want to sway away from another argument. But, suppressing your feelings is never healthy. Instead, both of your needs should be discussed in order to set the relationship back on a healthy track. Number two: hostile communication. Does criticism take the lead in your conversations with your partner? Are arguments a regular occurrence? Do you expect your partners sarcasm around every corner? A healthy couple should value kindness and respect. Respect and communication are one of the most important aspects of any relationship - without them your connection may falter. Sooner or later, you may even avoid meaningful discussions. Hostility, sarcasm, and criticism are all signs of toxic communication. Number three: You put in all the work. Do you find that you're the only one putting in the effort? Successful relationships require effort from both sides. You may think you need to work just a little harder. Give a little more of yourself in order for the relationship to last. You feel exhausted. Look back and ask yourself: "Have they ever put in any effort?" "Do they simply not care?" It's important to remember work from both sides needs to be given in order for a healthy relationship to last. Number four: They're jealous. Trust is huge in a relationship. If you can't trust each other, that should be a red flag. If your partner often gets ridiculously jealous and takes it out on you, there's likely some trust issue is present. This may even lead them to extreme behavior. Do they over question you after a night out with friends? Do they try to control your actions and enforce rules? All, toxic behaviors. Number five: Resentment. Does it ever feel like your partner is keeping a tally sheet of all the mistakes you've made? They can't seem to stop bringing up past mistakes to use against you, even when you thought you'd resolved them. Holding onto graduates won't benefit anymore. If they continue to hold on to their frustration and resent you, it will likely only grow. Number six: They're controlling. Does your partner seemingly question your every move? Have they suggested as that of over-restricting rules for you to follow? Controlling behaviors are extremely toxic and could even be a sign of abuse. You should never have to feel like someone else controls your actions as if they own you. And number seven: Dishonesty. Communication and respect play a huge role in the strength of any relationship. But honesty is just as important. Communication has to be sincere in order for it to work. And if you respect someone, you know they deserve the truth. If your partner often lies to you or simply avoids certain topics, it may be a sign there needs to be a change, whether that means having an honest, open conversation or for you to move on. So, do you relate to the signs? Share with us in the comments section down below. If you found this video helpful, don't forget to click the like button and share this video. Subscribe to Psych2Go and hit the notification bell icon from our content like this, and as always, thanks so much for watching.