F*ck Love Quotes by Tarryn Fisher
If You Do These 10 Things, You're The Problem In Your Relationship
My marriage is pretty much dead, we just have to live together until we can sell the house. I don't have any feelings for him except for the sick stomach I get from being around him I'm not blaming him, it's just his mere presence makes my body go all crazy with anxiety and nausea. Everything in our marriage was not anything I'd ever want again And after all the horrible crap that's gone on, the sick thing I kinda like where we are now--separate bedrooms, not any conversation on my part unless absolutely necessary I like having this space, this buffer between us.
Clearly, if you commit to a guy, that should change. But if men sense you caring too much about their opinion of your apartment, your friends, the way you dress etc. You let little disputes destroy you. You obsess over these things, ruining the experience for everybody else. Why would anybody want to be with somebody who ruins their rare and precious vacations and nights off?
And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness—and call it love. Just in different ways. You grew up with divorced parents. You were the one to cheat on someone else. So what? Everyone has baggage.
Sign up or log in to share. I think it's common for people with depression to be more aware of themselves and the impact they have on people around them. Once you're aware of something it's hard to not keep noticing it, and it's almost impossible not to worry about how it looks to someone else.
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1. Someone out there is as fucked up as you are.
Recognizing your own faults in relationships is hard. These words and similar ones are not new things for people who have toxic behavior. How can someone lean on you when it seems like you only care about yourself?
I sabotaged my own happiness and made my boyfriend hate me in the process. Learn from my mistakes by reading all the things I did to screw up my relationship. I used sex as a bargaining chip. One of the worst things I did was use sex as a tool to get what I wanted—and I did it over and over and over again. I let myself go.
It is difficult to look at people who seemingly have it all on the outside, and imagine they are damaged and broken on the inside. These are the people who expertly hide their realities. These are the ones who quietly suffer from life experiences of abandonment and disappointment. I suppose it is because I find an odd beauty in something that seems so wrecked. Perhaps I see a mirror image of myself in them. I know I am screwed up, damaged and broken from past relationships.