9 Reasons You Should Worry About Your Friend or Partner

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What If Your Partner Isn't Your Partner?

What If Your Partner Isn't Your Partner?

It’s gotten so bad that you’re no longer sure where you stand with each other and if you have the same feelings and values.
Here are nine obvious reasons to doubt your friend or partner’s intentions.
Con artists go for more than just the wallet – they attack your emotions and your well being, which can be just as damaging.
You’ve lost your confidence:
If your partner is wanting to use you, they’ll target your lack of confidence.
They’ll beat you down and control your actions.
If they start saying things like, “only someone who loved me would do this,” or “I’ll love if you do this.” If they guilt you into helping them, notice that and walk away.
Neither of you should be relying on each other for your own happiness.
That’s not love, that’s a form of abuse.

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There’s No Romance

There’s No Romance

What happened to the romance or friendship? Has it fallen flat? Con artists have a way of getting in close to pull at your emotions.
They get close to your heart so they can take advantage of you.
Once they do, they can take advantage of your weaknesses easily.
If you hold out long enough, their true intentions will come out.
Their fakeness will come out.

Something Doesn’t Feel Right

Something Doesn’t Feel Right

That gut feeling you have? That inner voice? Listen to it.
You keep hearing this message and you realize it’s not what you want to hear, so you ignore it.
Now, your mind and your heart is made up.
It’s telling you to something.
Listen to it.

There’s a constant transaction

There’s a constant transaction

While it might seem okay at first, this habit could turn into something that isn’t healthy and shouldn’t continue.
It’s time to think twice if this is happening constantly.
They could be prepping for a big take that you won’t know to say no to.

You’re Not Seeing Your Family or Friends

You’re Not Seeing Your Family or Friends

It’s common to associate a negative relationship with one that is isolated.
Someone who loves you wants to see your friends and family, not keep you from them.
If your partner is separating you from your loved ones – the people who support you – he or she is acting with a strategy, trying to get you to depend on only them.
If you have no control, they do.
Influence and power is an unhealthy combination.

They Call All The Shots

They Call All The Shots

You are as important as your partner.
If you are in a relationship where they are calling all the shots, check yourself.
You shouldn’t be a supporting actor in this play called life.
If you aren’t being heard or respected, you can’t grow and develop.
If your opinion is constantly being belittled, you lose self esteem and begin to believe you are less than your partner.
Stagnation is limiting.
This mentality will put your future at risk.

You Are Too Kind

You Are Too Kind

Your partner might have sought you out because of your strengths and qualities as a good person, but they could be using those against you.
Being kind, generous and caring could leave you as a target.
Question why this person is with you.
It’s healthy to do so.
Read between the lines.
What are they not saying?

The stories don’t add up

The stories don’t add up

Is your partner sounding like a liar? If stories aren’t adding up, whether they be childhood ones or recollections of the previous night, alarm bells should be going off.
Your partner shouldn’t be inventing new ideas and adding things that were never part of the original story.
If they are, question it.
Ask them why they didn’t mention that originally.
If they can’t defend themselves, be prepared for the worst.

You Aren’t Happy

You Aren’t Happy

This is a really hard one to admit.
We all want to be happy and think we are happy.
But often, when we look at ourselves in the mirror, we realize we haven’t been happy in a long time.
Either we are constantly fighting with our partners, doubting their honesty or we just don’t like how they make us feel.
If this is happening to you, it’s important to acknowledge it and do something about it.
Con artists are experts at getting under your skin slowly and carefully so that by the time you realize they are there, it’s already too late.
Don’t let that happen to you.
Stand up to them when they try to blame your uneasiness on yourself.
They know how to flip things – that’s what they do.
It’s important that you stay true to yourself.
Don’t let them win.
Every time you stand up to them, they lose.

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