Five Signs The Person You Are Dating Is Using You by L. Rose
I’m only going to provide excerpts, so if you want to see all five reasons, please use the link to visit their page.
Here’s what you need to look out for.
2. They make you feel small.
And actually, feeling good with the person is also a sign that you are not being used.
The person you’re with should build you up, make you feel happy and like life is better than it is without them.
“If this is a person who is nice to you, treats you well, and seems to enjoy your company then it’s likely you are not being used,” Aimee explains.
But if you’re constantly feeling small, underwhelmed, let down — you know, that knot-in-your-stomach feeling — you need to take a look at the relationship. Something is really off and there’s a good chance you’re being used.
4. Your needs aren’t being met.
You show up with soup and medicine when they don’t feel well, but they’re nowhere to be found when you’re under the weather?
Pay attention if you’re the one always making the effort.
Whether you’ve been dating for five days or five years, it should still be a two-way street. “You can generally use your own feelings and comfort level as a good yardstick,” Aimee explains.
If you find your needs aren’t being met or you’re becoming resentful, something’s up.
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