The True Symptom Of A Bad Relationship Is When Your Friends Notice


Most of us have been in bad relationships. Sometimes we choose to reflect on past relationships as being bad, solely because it didn’t work out.

Maybe you have never experienced a bad relationship. Regardless, I’m sure you’ve seen the effects of one via the aggravated rants of a friend.

These bad relationships can have a number of characteristics that range from awful to severely unacceptable.

A less-than-interested partner, who distances him or herself rather than letting go; a relationship that lacks trust but is full of unfaithfulness, manipulation, abuse or a partner who is just plain wrong for you. These things sometimes happen despite earnest attempts to avoid them.

The signs and symptoms of a bad relationship affect each of us differently. We show damage in different ways and at times, not even at all.

The True Symptom Of A Bad Relationship Is When Your Friends Notice | Elite Daily.

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Posted on March 14, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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