19 “Do you think I’m pretty?”
As many women and men know, it’s hard to be in a healthy relationship when your self-consciousness is constantly telling you that you’re too fat or too ugly to be loved by someone, let alone someone as good as your significant other. And when someone is too insecure to love their body, they might seek external affirmation—not from their partner, but from strangers and other members of the opposite sex.
20“What? I like looking at you!”
Catching your significant other staring at you when you aren’t looking might feel like a good sign, but it could actually be an indication that trouble is brewing. When someone is questioning their current situation, they will take any opportunity they can get to analyze their partner and even compare them to the other men or women in their life who they are considering romantically.
21“Samantha is fine, I guess. I barely even see her anymore.”
People who cheat on their significant others with someone in their life—say, a good friend or a coworker—might make an effort to stop mentioning that person in conversation so as to avoid an accidental slip-up. And when you try to bring that person up in conversation, you’ll notice that your spouse will hastily reroute the conversation, emphasizing how they barely even talk to so-and-so anymore.
22 “Why does it matter where I’m going?”
When your partner suddenly starts to becomes secretive about where they’re going and what they’re doing, it could be because they’re sneaking around behind your back. Often your partner will not only become private about their life, but will also get defensive and shift the blame when you bring it up, saying things like “Why do you care?” and “It’s none of your business where I am all the time!”Please Scroll Below for NEXT Page to continue