Are You In A Toxic Relationship?

The 5 signals to avoid falling into the trap of a toxic relationship

How did you arrive on this page? By choice or by chance, in both cases, you want to know how to recognize the signs of a toxic relationship.

What a beautiful question in perspective that deserves our full attention. Before it becomes toxic, the relationship simply exists. This might be in the form of love, a social relationship or a friendship, in short it is the interaction between two people. Something tells me that you are in front of your screen for emotional reasons! Thank you for the trust you have placed in Unfortunately for many women, romantic relationships can be a source of negativity and stress, and in the worst cases, can turn into real dramas.
Would Plato have been right in saying: "Love is blind?".
A saying certainly known to all, but much more difficult to identify when it comes to our own situations

How Can You Recognise the Signs of a Toxic Relationship?
"It's easy to recognise physical abuse, but it's much harder to identify a toxic relationship," says Dr. Gloria Brame, a writer on the subject and a US sex therapist.
The establishment of a "toxic link" occurs over time and we unfortunately realize it after a long time.
In the chapter below, we will discuss the most common toxic signs that can characterize a toxic love relationship
Whoever says "toxic" tends to mean dysfunctional: There is inevitably something wrong with toxic people ...

The 5 Signs to Escape Falling into the Trap.
1. The behaviour of your significant other reminds you of one of your parents. Or even a subtle blend of both of them?
2. Unhealthy jealousy: What do you feel when you return home? A ball in the stomach, obsessive thoughts, fear? If your partner constantly reviews your receipts, phone bills, text messages, this shows a level of toxic control. It's humiliating. You are an adult and do not need constant supervision.
3. Use of a double language: does this person make you doubt your abilities?
The manipulator will take pleasure in uniting and mixing adulation with devaluation. When you have a relationship with that kind of character using that kind of attitude, and you do not put limits into place, you create a deterioration of your self-esteem, which will go as far as to make you doubt your own abilities.
4. Manipulation: Do you feel manipulated?
Toxic people are skilled manipulators. They achieve their goals through strategies that do not take the wishes and needs of others into account.
Keep in mind that there are more obvious manipulative modalities (such as authoritarianism) and other subtler modes (victimization).
5. Egocentrism: Does your partner tend to talk only about themselves?
Toxic individuals are seen as the masters of "absolute truth".
They like to talk about themselves and show no interest in what can happen to others.
In short, this person is not really interested in you, you remain an object, the egocentric will never value you.

Do not expect this kind of individual to ask you if you have a good day.

The list is far from over ... The establishment of a "toxic link" occurs over time and we unfortunately realize it after a long time. The essential themes are discussed here.
The five previous questions are relevant. They touch your emotions and your old childhood memories. A great opportunity to make peace with your past.

Melody Beattie's book, Overcoming Co-dependency, has a chapter titled: Deleting the Victim. Is she alluding to the other person?
You cannot change the other person. their behaviour is egocentric and they have a fear of abandonment. Surely a childhood situation that they experience again today. By reducing your freedom and integrity, your significant other thinks that you will stay with him. He manipulates you and especially manipulates himself. By moving you away from your friends especially those you have known before him. Since he does not trust himself, it is easy for him to  belittle you, to choke you. Attention, these are simply the facts! I do not condemn in any which way, shape or form, the person concerned, who suffers in their own way!
When the toxic link is revealed, this person has already created different psychological instabilities and has established emotions such as fear or guilt.

A very fashionable subject is "the narcissistic pervert". So, despite what we have discussed, I still want to say a few words about this type of person. There are different degrees of perverts.
I suggest firstly, to avoid automatically putting your significant other in this category. This will put your brain at rest as well as your reactions and behaviour. I want to make it clear that here, there are neither saviours nor the saved. Each person is responsible for his own thoughts, words and deeds. Once this is accepted, we can return to the tracks of "How to recognize the signs of a toxic relationship."
Life sends you an experience that will give you the chance to evolve.
Our Love Coach suggests in answer to the question: “How to recognize the signs of a toxic relationship?”  to possibly, get help from a professional relationship advisor. The choice to stay or to leave belongs to you. Only your intuition will give you the answer. An extraordinary piece of reading material that I suggest to many of my clients is “Women who Love too much” by Robin Norwood.

Remember that you always have the choice and that you are free.
So how do you recognize the signs of a toxic relationship?
If you are here on, you are already in the process of finding the solution for your future.

A beautiful path is opening up in front of you.