Toxic relationships will alter your perspective on love. They will obliterate the distinctions between right and wrong, acceptable and unacceptable.
When you’ve been in a toxic relationship for a long time, you’ll justify everything that goes wrong. In order to match your story, you’ll distort reality. You could consider jealousy to be charming. Screaming may appear normal to you. You can tell yourself that it’s a good thing your significant other cursed you out or keyed your vehicle because it indicates you’re important to them, that they love you, and that they care enough about you to respond when you irritate them.
When you’ve been in a toxic relationship for a long time, you start to associate the wrong things with romance.
You assume that having more bad days than happy days is typical. You’ve become accustomed to the fights that you’re sceptical when your partner brings you flowers or arranges a date night.
When you’re in a toxic relationship for an extended period of time, you become cynical. You hear advice about how partnerships are meant to be equal and that your partner should trust you, but you dismiss it as nonsense. You’d think they’re only said by folks who have never been in a committed, passionate relationship. You reason that everyone who has been dating for as long as you have privately deals with the same issues you do. They just do not discuss it.
You cease having dealbreakers after being in a bad relationship for too long. You let your significant other get away with things you vowed you’d never tolerate in the past. Each week, you lower the bar further lower. In the name of love, you let your person get away with murder and remain around. You convince yourself that partnerships are difficult to maintain. You convince yourself that you are a warrior who would never abandon someone you care about. You convince yourself that you’re on the correct track. You’re not even aware that you’re deceiving yourself.
When you’re in a toxic relationship for a long time, you start to adopt poisonous characteristics of your own.
You might not realise you’re snooping through texts, guessing email passwords, or flirting with coworkers inadvertently. You may believe that your acts are justified since you are not doing anything worse than your partner. You’re a saint in comparison to them. They have no legal standing to complain. When they’ve been acting the way they’ve been acting, you can’t blame them.
You lose touch with your principles when you’re in a toxic relationship for too long. You’ve lost touch with your values. You’ve lost your sense of reality.
When you’re in a toxic relationship for a long time, it changes your perspective on love. It gives the impression that frequent fighting, cheating, and lying are usual. It makes you believe that this is how all relationships end up after a certain amount of time has passed. It gives you the impression that you’ve got it as good as it’s going to get.
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