You may be in a dangerous relationship and not even know about it. They are also called “toxic” - when outwardly they seem to be prosperous, but in fact they are gradually poisoning us and exhausting us. Let's find out how to distinguish the original from the fake.
In these relationships, personal development of each of the partners is very important. Everyone wants to be better for the other. In a dangerous relationship, the focus is on relationships and how people look from the outside.
In real relationships, each person has his own interests and hobbies, his friends, and with whom you don’t have to take your +1 to meet. You can do what you like without fear of reproach from your partner. In a toxic relationship, there is always interference in one another’s life. One can not go anywhere without the other, or not to report to him. This is codependency.
In real relationships, people accept each other so and appreciate. In a toxic relationship, everyone is trying to change the other, trying to turn him into someone they want to love, instead of loving what he is.
4. Intimacy and sex.
In real relationships, sex is your choice, the result of your love, trust, care and emotional intimacy. In a dangerous relationship, sex is what you feel pressure from because of fear, insecurity, feelings that you must comply with the sexual desires of your partner.
In real relationships, people lead a constructive conversation, trying to understand each other and help the situation, while assuring each other in love. In a toxic relationship, all talk and quarrel boil down to accusations, defending oneself, and manipulating others.