6. You Should Compromise Your Personal Insecurities
We all have little insecurities that nag at us, and some are worse than others.
If you find that the things you’re paranoid about are starting to become an obsession and are starting to affect the happiness of your partner, it could be time to think about letting them go.
Your partner might have given you no reason not to trust them, for example, but you still continuously go off at them when you suspect they’ve been cheating or even flirting. Instead of giving into those insecurities, you should work on releasing them out of your life for the benefit of your relationship.
5. You Shouldn’t Compromise Your Mental Health
It might not receive as much care or be as well understood, but mental health is just as important as physical health. In our opinion, no relationship is worth sacrificing your overall emotional and mental wellbeing for. Relationships that force you to do that might involve a partner who’s constantly being unfaithful, always playing mind games, or criticizing you and slowly eating away at your self-esteem.
Watch out for those signs and monitor how you’re feeling inside rather than listening to a toxic partner. A good partner will enhance your life, not create unnecessary stress and make you feel like you’re losing your mind.