I use the phrase “psychological demons disguised as love” when I talk about people who have disturbed romantic beliefs.
You may be surprised by the number of people who’ve felt trapped in unhealthy relationships at some point in their lives. In my work with clients, as well as in casual conversations, I’ve noticed certain behavioral patterns of toxic, emotionally abusive lovers.
I tell them that trouble brews when emotion trumps reason in relationships — when you listen to what your heart feels and not what your mind screams. This happens when something goes wrong in your relationship because the surge of love hormones drowns reason.
Consider these example:
It should be obvious that there are basic differences between being in love, being attracted to someone, or being just plain obsessed. Sadly, that is not always the case. Many people find themselves in relationships that they may think are loving when, in reality, it may just be an unhealthy infatuation or even obsession.
Even when faced with the hard reality, it can be difficult to admit that you might just be more infatuated or obsessed than actually in love.
Here are three BIG signs that you might want to pay attention to:
1. You flake on responsibilities and commitments.
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