" Again, there are exceptions, but for the most part I believe this statement to be true.When I was in my 20s, I went on a date with a man who spoke very negatively about his mom.A man who blames everyone else for his problems is a man who is utterly incapable of seeing himself as being wrong, and one day, you might become the target of his blame. Constantly blaming everyone else is a clear sign of someone who hasn’t developed healthy coping mechanisms.
Because he's mind-f*cked you to the point where you no longer trust yourself.
That's right, manipulators take your insecurities and use them against you.
The scary thing is: You probably don't even know it's happening.
The worst part of being manipulated in a relationship is that quite often you don’t even know it’s happening. If he can convince you to feel guilty for your actions (even when you've done nothing wrong), then he knows you'll be more willing to do what he says.“I mean sure, I guess dinner was OK.
A real man takes responsibility for what happens to him, and knows how to step up and change his circumstances if he’s unhappy.
Emotionally healthy adults know that they are the only ones responsible for making themselves feel better.
People who are resentful are commonly in a bad mood because they feel like they aren’t getting the credit they deserve.
I was sitting in my car when “Love the way you lie” came on the radio.
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