When romantic partners confuse obsession for love, relationships can become dangerous.
I use the phrase “psychological demons disguised as love” when I talk about people who have disturbed romantic beliefs.
As a matter of fact, he may appear to be romantic for a while until you start feeling as if he’s being too invasive of your personal space.
Accommodating such a guy is like having a small baby that you have to give all your attention to or else he’ll throw a fit.
They’ll want to spend crazy amounts of time with you.
If you pursue outside interests and activities then your loyalties will be questioned.
This man is probably in a relationship with you just because you told him you appreciated him.
Your obsessed man never wants you to be with anyone else.
If you don’t recognize the signs, then you just may end up drowning.
When I get into conversations about love, dating or romance, people want to know the red flags of trouble.
I tell them that trouble brews when emotion trumps reason in relationships. You dismiss the tiny little warning telling you that something isn’t right.
He never cares about your consent, he only cares that he has been seen with you while you’re innocently being his friend.
If you realize that people have started making comments about you and him in public then be afraid.