Signs To Show You Are Actually Dating The Wrong Person

Don’t let desperation lure you into a
commitment that may be all
wrong for you.

Getting out of a bad relationship gets much more difficult once you’ve invested your time and heart. So, before you invest too much, take a moment to thoughtfully analyze your interactions with your new love to see if this is right for you.

Here are some ways to tell whether you made the right decision or you need to flee before you realize you may be wasting your time:.

1. You fight unnecessarily all the time:
Does every conversation end in arguing followed by some days of the silent treatment? If you’ve made efforts to improve your communication, but nothing has changed; save yourself the trouble and cut your losses. The chronic stress produced by consistent bickering is bad for your health and it’s just simply
no way to live. Fighting once in a while is cool and may be healthy; making it take most of the relationship is so uncool.
Mayo Clinic researchers noted that “The long-term activation of the stress-response system—and the subsequent overexposure to cortisol and other stress hormones—can disrupt almost all your body’s processes. This puts you at increased risk of numerous health problems, including anxiety, depression, digestive problems, heart
disease, sleep problems, weight gain, and memory and concentration impairment,”
I bet you don't want any of these.

2. You don’t share the same
Espousing similar values is just as important as having shared interests. Conflicting values will likely be the catalyst for many future arguments. If you desire a peaceful relationship, make sure your values are in alignment.

Rachael Lay, a relationship and intimacy coach said that “Having shared interests is
important. You want a partner you can experience life with and create memories with, as well as
other important elements of a good relationship, including
communication, intimacy, respect, and love. Shared values will strengthen the foundation of your relationship immensely,”
So find out interests you both share and use the to strengthen your bond.

3. Your self-esteem has taken a nose-dive:
If you had a relatively healthy sense of self, but now you don’t feel as worthy, it’s time to move on. Never stay with someone who makes you feel like you don’t matter or that you are nothing without him or her in
your life. Your value should not rest on what someone else thinks of you but on how you think and make yourself.

4. You’re always anxious:
Anxiety is one of your body’s
way of telling you that
something is wrong. If you
notice that you’ve been
constantly feeling anxious, you may want to dig deeper and see if your relationship may be causing these symptoms.
That unsettled feeling may be a sign that something is not right. Your interactions with your significant other should not leave you feeling uneasy. Alarm bells should go off if you ever feel unsafe in your boyfriend or girlfriend’s presence.
True love never involves physical harm so you are supposed to feel at ease most of the time.

5. Your friends and family do
not approve:
Depending on why your friends and family won’t give the green light, you may or may not want to take their opinion into consideration. For example, if your folks disapprove because your new love has yellow hair, you may want to ignore them. But if
they express concern because your partner is disrespectful, you may want to take a closer look. I am certain they really want the best for you.

If you find most or all the above existing in your relationship; you may want to opt for a change! But if you don't need a change you can go for adjustment or vice versa.


  1. Woah..... Very correct!

  2. Kudos girl. U are doing a great job here!

  3. Hmmmm... This is something I need to meditate upon! If I am really her mr. wrong!


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