17: They Get Obsessive
In the early stages of a relationship, it’s easy to get caught up in all those butterflies and swoony feelings. However, they usually die down or at least ease up as things move on.
If, however, we or our guy are still remaining obsessive – to the point where neither of us can live our lives without the help of the other – we have a problem.
16: They Make Their Partner Uncomfortable
In a healthy relationship where both people respect and love one another, we should be able to say “no” to things that make us uncomfortable.
If we’re finding ourselves being pressured into doing things we don’t want to do, it’s because our partner is considering only themselves, and that selfishness often indicates the expiration date on the relationship.
15: They Try To ‘Save’ Their Partner
Maybe it sounds romantic to think of a potential partner as a “project,” but it can do more harm than good.
First, it gives the idea that they need to be “fixed” and that only we can do the fixing. Second, it puts us in this “savior” role, which causes a major imbalance of power where we feel more like their warden than their SO.