Many toxic relationships seem too good to be true. So staying alert and cautious in the face of compelling rhetoric can stave off future trouble.
Being in love and corresponding is one of the best feelings in life. However, the euphoria of a new relationship can blind us to possible signs of future problems. Have you ever been with someone who at first seemed too good to be true and later found out that person was highly toxic? Often when a relationship fails and we try to figure out what happened, it’s easy to think that there were no warning signs. But the red flags in a relationship are almost always there from the start.
Some people use flattering and highly appealing romantic rhetoric to win the other person’s trust and love. But, unfortunately, all is not what it seems. This affectionate and impeccable behavior can be a way for this person to let your guard down and then show you who you really are.
Here are 7 romantic phrases that may indicate that you have fallen in love with a wolf in sheep’s clothing.
1. I have never been so happy!
All couple relationships , even the most problematic ones, begin with full happiness. And if your current partner has had other relationships before, you’ve probably felt the same joy and euphoria all along. Also, the person who gives you all the credit for your happiness today is the same person who will blame you for your sadness and anger in the future.
2. I don’t know what I would do with my life without you
At first, you may feel good and appreciated if you hear this phrase. But beware. It may be a sign that you are with someone dependent . Healthy relationships are balanced. The two people have chosen to be together, but they know that they can live very well alone. They are independent, have their own dreams, individual plans and value autonomy.
3. You are so different from my ex. What a relief !
Talking badly about an ex and recounting details of romantic relationships is disrespectful and adds nothing to the current relationship. Also, in the future, this person can…