The Relationships That We’ve All Been In

Deepak, 25/09/2017

For the duration of your life, you settle on a few choices to spend a major piece of your opportunity with somebody who is special to you. Why they are special can be difficult to pinpoint, yet you realize that you need to be with them. There are a few relationship types that we have all had at one point in our romantic lives, and you can admit that they weren’t the best choice to pursue.

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The Relationships That We’ve All Been In
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When you consider clingy, your psyche most likely flies back to secondary school. "Clingy" helps you to remember all the emotional "can't survive without each other" types of relationships where you see kids falling everywhere on each other and  and spending way too much time together. While most kids grow out of this phase, people do still experience clingy adult relationships.
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Sometimes, it can be difficult to identify a clingy person. It could be that they express themselves in a more “emotionally attached” sort of way or they call you a lot and you just chalk it up to them caring about you. But clingy people generally don’t want space and they don’t want you to have any space, either. You can identify a clingy person when you feel like you need breathing room.

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The cheater and the liar fall into the same emotionally abusive category. This relationship is a standout amongst the most troublesome relationships to deal with. Cheating and lying both make unlimited questions, all surrounding the principle question of "why"? For what reason would they do this to you?  If they ever cared about you at any point during your relationship, why would they ever want to hurt you like this?

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When someone lies to you, this creates a trust issue and it’s like a pick-axe just nicking away at your relationship. If someone cheats on you, you know they have lied to you, whether you can sort out the details or not. And that is where all the problems are; you can’t possibly sort through every detail to figure out what the other person were thinking.
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Can people “just be friends”? Consider it. Obviously, everything relies upon the conditions of their relationship, however there are a few people who can't be only just friends with somebody on the off chance that they express personal, romantic emotions about them. These types of people trust that on the off chance that you become more acquainted with them more, you will alter your opinion.
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And you have good intentions wanting to remain friends but you need to ask yourself; are you doing more harm than good? There are so many songs about people who are “just friends” but the songs usually consist of angst and questions and hope. It is difficult to be in a relationship that is strictly platonic in your mind when it may not be the same way in the object of your affection’s mind.

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On the other side of the coin from “just friends,” there are people who decide they have a mutual attraction but don’t want to pursue a relationship or don’t want to change their friendship. But this rationalization for romanticizing a previously platonic relationship usually becomes a complicated and emotional roller coaster.
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The problem always becomes someone having feelings for the other person when they previously decided that this wouldn’t happen.Another potential issue is one of the "friends" here begins dating or gets into another relationship that winds up plainly selective. There are instances of friends with benefits that are okay, however these occurrences appear to be rare. It generally appears to get personal and emotions get hurt.
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We are all guilty of gossiping at one time or another. The actual act of gossiping may seem harmless… you could be sharing an account of something that happened to someone else. But in reality, most gossipers derive pleasure from other people’s misfortunes and this is just sad when you really think about it.
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It might seem like fun to know about somebody else’s personal (or even professional) faux pas, but over time, you start to realize that gossip gets tiring and it even makes you feel gross. When it comes down to it, gossip hurts other people. People who enjoy gossip – who thrive off of gossiping- are the ones to be cautious of.
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At one point or another, we have all encountered someone with a bad temper. There are just some people have absolutely no control over their emotions. Sometimes, you can find yourself trying to excuse their temper as situational or understandable for some reason, but this temperamental behavior can quickly become harmful.
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You notice that people with this problem will lash out and project their feelings onto you. It can be easy to think that you are the one causing their emotions to spill over. Temperamental people are tough to dump from your life because you can blame yourself and think if you just do better, things will get better. But their lack of control over their emotions should be avoided at all costs. It’s not you – it’s them.
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The Victim” can be a tough relationship role to identify. These people aren’t just victims in the sense that something happened to them, they are victims because they always have problems. In these relationships, you initially empathize with them. But as time passes, you begin to realize that their “time of need” is all of the time.
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Victims actively avoid any personal responsibility by making every problem they encounter into a huge dramatic situation. Victims don’t see tough times as temporary or even as opportunities to learn and grow from; instead, they see them as a means to always be suffering and to get sympathy for their pains. They choose to suffer, rather than to fight, every time they come across a challenge.
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Controllers can be tough to get through to. Unfortunately, they can be devious, mischievous, and sly to get you to fulfill their desires. Trying to rise above such people may be your best option since you really can’t convince or try to make them better. But you will hit metaphorical walls in trying to break out of their grip.
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It seems almost poetic to end this series with the parasite. Parasites are people who are only in your life to take and take until they suck you dry. They feed off of you and continually feed until they have no more use for you. Parasites don’t care what you want or need because it is all about their wants and needs.

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