20 POINTS THAT DEFINE A HIGH MAINTAINANCE RELATIONSHIP


  1. Constant Communication: Expectation of frequent and instant communication, often feeling anxious or upset if not replied to immediately.
  2. Demanding Time: Requiring a significant portion of the partner’s time, often at the expense of their personal or professional commitments.
  3. Excessive Jealousy: Displaying intense jealousy and requiring reassurance, often questioning the partner’s loyalty without cause.
  4. Financial Dependence: Relying heavily on the partner for financial support or having extravagant expectations beyond mutual means.
  5. Unrealistic Expectations: Holding the partner to an impossible standard in terms of romance, attention, or lifestyle.
  6. Need for Constant Praise: Seeking continuous validation and compliments from the partner to feel valued.
  7. Fear of Conflict: Avoiding conflicts or expecting the partner to always concede, leading to an unbalanced relationship.
  8. Lack of Personal Space: Not respecting boundaries or individual need for space and personal growth.
  9. Overdependence on Partner for Happiness: Making the partner solely responsible for one’s happiness and well-being.
  10. Chronic Dissatisfaction: Frequently expressing discontent about the relationship or comparing it to others.
  11. Frequent Criticism: Regularly criticizing the partner’s actions, appearance, or decisions.
  12. Manipulative Behaviors: Using guilt, tears, or anger to control or influence the partner’s actions.
  13. Resistance to Compromise: Unwillingness to meet halfway on issues, expecting the partner to always give in.
  14. Inflexibility with Plans: Having difficulty adapting when plans change or things don’t go as expected.
  15. High Emotional Drama: Experiencing and causing dramatic emotional upheavals over minor issues.
  16. Constant Assurance Seeking: Needing frequent reassurance of the partner’s commitment and feelings.
  17. Social Media Intrusiveness: Expecting to monitor or control partner’s social media interactions.
  18. Frequent Ultimatums: Using threats or ultimatums to get one’s way or make a point.
  19. Obsession with Appearances: Overly concerned with how the relationship appears to others, prioritizing image over substance.
  20. Avoidance of Personal Responsibility: Shifting blame and avoiding accountability for personal actions or decisions in the relationship.

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Shiva Rajaya

Tantrika / Life coach / Activator of new evolutionary codes for the planet and humankind


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