Shame will creep into the relationship because both people feel their needs aren’t being met, and eventually a co-dependent relationship will blossom in which each person’s happiness is centered solely on whether the other person appears happy. Doom might just be the option you need to dissolve this relationship. Over time I recognized something about people who’s lives seem full of drama.I dated a girl once whose life was a constant crisis. The common theme that emerged was that everyone seemed to be doing them wrong.Sadly most men these days don’t lead with gentleness, humility, and selflessness in their relationships, which is why there’s so much misogyny prevalent in today’s society.
This is a defense mechanism they use to avoid the hard work of looking introspectively and discovering that just maybe the reason why they create drama is because they feel they have no purpose or drive; to admit that and give up drama means they have no purpose or importance in this world ).
There’s nothing wrong with being sensitive, it’s just when that sensitivity can ruin an entire day from something as seemingly harmless as stating, “.” Disappointment is fine in a situation like that, but pouting, back-handed comments, and general irritability may tell you that you have a House of Cards on hand.
The underlying problem behind the House of Cards is that her foundation is shaky and in reality, everything revolves around her needs.
In every healthy relationship I’ve had (including my wife), we spent time away from one another and engaged with our community of friends.
Our lives didn’t revolve around each other, and we were much healthier for it.