7 Signs You Are Forcing Yourself To Love Him
The fear of loneliness causes many people to force themselves to date and marry someone they don’t like. Girls give up their dreams, feelings and desires to just be in relationships. They don’t care if he is a lazy drinker or an abuser. The only thing that matters is that they don’t feel alone. If you feel you are with the wrong person, you may be forcing yourself to love him.
These signs can be subtle, but if you are in a relationship where something feels a little off, these seven things will help.
How to tell if you’re forcing yourself on a guy
1. Convince yourself that you love him:
You remind yourself every day of his best qualities and every night you convince yourself that he is your love. Then you start crying in the bathroom and moaning about how unhappy you are. You don’t look for good tendencies or motives when you love someone. Instead, you love him simply as he is.
2. One moment you’re happy, the next you’re depressed:
When you’re fed up, it’s easy to feel lost and depressed. You will convince yourself that you have a mate and you may feel satisfied because there are so many single, depressed women. In reality, there are many single women who are happier than you are.
3. There is a small part of you that expects him/her to end things
Try to silence this nagging voice in the back of your head that contradicts everything in your relationship. That part gets happy when you fight, gets scared when you talk about marriage…. That rebellious part is your heart trying to escape this prison.
4. You’re making all the commitments
You do what you want, you go out when you want, and you even plan your career around it. You are so used to being rejected for almost everything that you are unable to imagine what you want to do. You have made him a standard part of your relationship that you sacrifice your happiness. Because he doesn’t approve, you end up hanging out with your friends. To keep your relationship alive, you will have to compromise and give your happiness a little more each day.
5. Your heart is constantly broken
It’s easier said than done to give your whole heart to someone. Many people tend to be a little more reserved than others. While you can eventually provide it, you should expect to raise your expectations. After all, you are human. When that is accepted as true, that is when you realize that you are really obligated to continue the relationship.
6. You don’t see yourself spending the rest of your life with him/her.
If you find yourself daydreaming about your future but can’t see your partner in it, then it says a lot about how you feel about him/her. Subconsciously, you hope that you can walk away from your current relationship.
7. He/she is a good person, but….
That ‘but’ ruins everything! He/she is a good person, funny, smart, ambitious, and a bunch of other great things. BUT you are not in love with this person! You are forcing her!
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