Bad relationships can happen to any of us. Seriously, even a survivors of abuse who have a ton of experience with toxic relationships can be swept away by them. So, that’s why it’s important for us to consciously (highlight on that) know these seven key signs of a bad relationship.
We know them in our subconscious…but, let’s face it. It’s easy to ignore that voice.
These signs will jump between projecting emotions onto you, lacking accountability, and noticing when someone doesn’t respect your boundaries. They’re the top red flags that help you get out of a relationship before it becomes dangerous or before you become too attached.
Because honestly, the longer we spend with someone, the more likely it is that we’ll be forgiving of their mistakes.
Even those really. Bad. Mistakes.
Overlooking the signs of bad relationships can threaten your mental or even physical health.
That’s why it’s so important for you to watch this video (like, right now). It’s so you don’t end up in these threatening situations without the heart or courage to leave.
Knowing these signs will empower you to address this hardship in your relationships before it ruins any potential for things to work out, too!
Sometimes people make mistakes. But, if we let them slide and we don’t address them or ask for our boundaries to be respected, then we may end up staying by the side of a future abuser.
To take a second to insure that all of your connections with people are healthy fulfilling and safe. You deserve this kindness and inner security, especially after the trauma that you’ve went.
Because, even though it’s never your fault you were abused—it is your responsibility to do all you can to protect yourself. And this video is here to help.
I really hope this video helped you realize the biggest red flags that are signs of a bad relationship.
It’s important for you to know them to find comfort and bunches of safety in all of the connections you have other people.
My guess is that this video has also helped to show you when you might be jumping ahead on assuming that someone is doing something really bad. When, in truth, they might just mistakenly have caused a conflict.
This video also gave you some key ideas on how to address those conflicts before they turn into something toxic (i.e. a relationship that you really do need to leave…!).
To make sure you take action to protect yourself, answer these Qs!
Have you noticed any of the signs of a bad relationship with your friends family or loved ones? What new things in your relationships will you start to change after watching this video?
It’s common for all survivors of abuse to overlook these negative signs but, trust me, it is empowering to know that you can walk away (and when it’s the right time to walk away!).
This will lead you to joy, love, and fulfilling, safe relationships.