1. Inappropriate anger
Trouble controlling your anger and communicating it is a sign that you may be causing problems in your relationship. It is important to find healthy and alternative ways to express your anger, even if you feel justified. Anger that is too violent or inappropriate can cause harm to others.
2. Mistaking sex for intimacy
People often mistake sex for intimacy when they are in a relationship. It is common for people to assume that if there is a lot of sex, everything will be fine. This is foolish. It is important to stress that sex isn‘t a guarantee of intimacy. Communication, intimacy, and sex must all go hand-in-hand
3. Social media is your obsession.
You’re constantly posting photos of yourself on social media, and you might even be posting them! Your partner will feel threatened and insecure if you flirt with your exes. Guess what? This kind of behavior can also make you appear insecure and desperate to get attention.
4. You are Almost Never Take responsibility for your actions.
You may be biased or irrational if everything is always the fault of your partner and not yours. It’s easy to fall into the trap of blaming your partner for your actions and not saying “I’m sorry“.
This could be taken to mean that you are not able to achieve your dreams as a couple, or as an individual. Individual dreams may include returning to college to get a degree or a better job. Dreaming together could involve buying a house, having children, or taking a vacation. Your partner will see your personal dreams and goals as a sign that you are worth the effort. Failure to achieve your individual dreams can lead to a breakdown in your relationship. This is a sign that you are the problem.
6. What do you say/do?
Your response to your partner raising a relevant issue will tell you if you are a problem-solver or rational person.
If you’re the type who uses their phone to shout back at the other person, or quickly changes the topic, it is likely that you are the problem in your relationship.
7. Friends whisper in your ear.
Your close friends may be sabotaging your relationships by filling your head up with thoughts such as, “You could so much better,” Do you notice this happening repeatedly? How do these friends maintain their relationships with one another? You might be ready to give up listening to your closest and dearest.