Date: 20 May 2022
You may believe you've discovered the ideal partner, but there are a few red flags to be aware of. It's possible that your seemingly perfect boyfriend, husband, or partner is being domineering. Here are a few to consider.
They give you harsh conditions within your relationship
If your partner begins to show you love, kindness, and affection, but also imposes stringent limits and requirements on you, you're in a controlling relationship. The health of your relationship should not be determined by your ability to meet a benchmark set by your spouse.
They need to know your location 24/7
Your partners want to know where you are is understandable. They want to know you're okay, and they want to be able to reach you in an emergency. If your partner is always inquisitive about where you are, what you're doing, and who you're with, this is an indication of controlling and distrustful behaviour.
They attempt to isolate you from friends and family
Controlling partners want you to feel as if you don't have anyone else to turn to. You're less inclined to leave or question your partner's actions if you feel like you can count on them for everything in life. It's an indication of controlling conduct if your partner tries to keep you apart from your friends and family.
They try to control what you wear
Controlling what you wear when you leave the house may seem insignificant, but it is a major warning indicator that your partner is overbearing and controlling. If your partner won't let you leave the house wearing particular clothes, it shows not just that they are controlling, but also that they are insecure. If they're worried about other people noticing you because of what you're wearing, it means they don't believe in your loyalty.
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