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They may justify their behavior by claiming they are only trying to help you make good decisions or that they know what’s best for you, but’s it’s really not about what’s best for you—it’s about their need for control.

It seemed he only wanted to see me when it was convenient for him. Well he was out of town for a wedding and I was out of town for a funeral. So since he expressed interest in knowing me more I felt safe adding him to my FB since that’s a great way to know me and what I’m about. began eight years of crucifixion as the ‘other woman’, and then rejection as the one cheated on.

A sure red flag for controlling behavior is when you feel inferior or that you have no power to make your own decisions.

Possessive behavior may take the form of jealousy or imposed isolation.

I met him online and specifically noted in my profile I was not interested in any mind games or game playing. I went to add him only to discover his profile photo was of him getting married five days prior to our date. She faced the demons of family patterns, childhood wounds, and finally arrived at her own resurrection.

I made it clear in my profile that I was financially secure and was looking for someone interested in friendship with a strong possibility of a long term monogamous relationship. — What do you do if you’re a single woman who attracts married men? A woman in my private Facebook group recently posted about married men who prey on single women. The wedding he was at that prior weekend was HIS!!!! Teri-Lynn has been in practice for 15 years, having been featured on HGTV and national publications.

They expect you to meet their needs, both physical and emotional, with no reciprocation on their part.

They often make you feel responsible for their happiness and moods.

Where selfishness becomes a problem is when everything revolves around how it affects one individual, with no consideration for the other person.