You bottle up all your emotions even when you argue.
You don’t want to show your beloved that you are upset and you keep all your feelings inside, just keep the image of a positive person. You don’t want to be the reason for trouble — you might even believe that your negative vibes could make them open the door and leave. While having an argument, you’d rather agree with their opinion than show you’re not satisfied and you will never let yourself blame them for anything.
You can’t control your emotions when your partner is away.
You may feel uplifted and joyful only when your partner is around. When they’re not with you at the moment, you experience mood swings, anger, and anxiety and cannot keep your emotions under control. You constantly think about what they’re busy with at the moment and if they still love you, and it undermines your own harmony and happiness.
Do you enjoy being emotionally dependent on your significant other or do you try to fight this emotional state? What is one thing in a relationship that can spoil your happiness?
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