Even though you just went to his parents’ house for Thanksgiving last year, he gets upset when you suggest visiting your parents this year.
If you’re putting on a song-and-dance in an elaborate attempt to impress your partner, you might be dating the wrong person. Does it feel like they are trying to mold you into an entirely different person? If it seems like your partner is more interested in how you fit in their world than they are with your individual needs, you might be dating the wrong person.
If your partner never has anything nice to say, you might be dating the wrong person.
If you’re so embarrassed by this person that you don’t want to invite them into your social circles, do everyone a favor and pull the plug. Right, watch out for these 10 signs you’re dating the wrong person.If your partner’s words and actions scream, “ME-ME-ME,” you should find someone who appreciates Let’s just face it, shall we?I don't think there's any point in pretending that you get to be an expert by meeting your soul mate early on, going through a few meaningful ups and downs, marrying in a cloud of good taste or even in a meteor shower of funk and crunk, and then dying, 50 or 60 years later, having had a faithful and fulfilling love life. What "Know Yourself" Means Here's what I noticed after 25 years of being a psychotherapist and 55 years of being a person: There is just about no point in complaining about another person. (My God, there are people who've been put on this earth just to make me roll my eyes and mutter disapprovingly.In my family, as a matter of fact, "other people" is the standard explanation for almost all misfortune.) But because—especially in intimate relationships—the complaint about Him or Her will, unfortunately and inevitably, wind its way around to You.