Thus, our partners are often seen as assets rather than someone to share mutual emotional support. Sure, they teach us the biology of sex, the legality of marriage, and maybe we read a few obscure love stories from the 19th century on how not to be. What it is: Getting pissed off when your partner talks, touches, calls, texts, hangs out, or sneezes in the general vicinity of another person and then you proceed to take that anger out on your partner and attempt to control their behavior. But understand that committing to a person and always liking a person are not the same thing. What it is: When one person has a simple criticism or complaint and blackmails the other person by threatening the commitment of the relationship as a whole. What you should do instead: Deal with issues individually unless they are legitimately connected.
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