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9 Signs You Are A Possessive Best Friend

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Friends are essential parts of our life. We rely on them for mental and emotional support, sharing things with them we find hard to share with our relatives. These keep many of us in fear of losing them. We start to become possessive of the one we tag our best friend. This is not an ideal thing to do as it can drive them away from us. So here are nine signs that you are a possessive best Friend.

  1. You tell everyone about them
    You talk about them always and let everyone know that both of you are best friends. No matter what the topic of conversation is, you regularly find a way to bring them up and their deeds. This, in itself, is not bad until it becomes excessive.
  2. You are overprotective
    You believe your best friend is unique and vulnerable and that you must protect him/her from this cruel world. You go the extra mile all the time, all in a bid to keep him/her safe.
  3. You judge their love interests
    Whenever your best friend reveals a wish to date, anyone, you put that person under a microscope. You scrutinize them and try to find reasons why your best friend shouldn’t date them. This can affect your friendship if your friend feels you are sabotaging his/her relationship. They can start to
    hide things from you.
  4. You feel jealous when he/she spends time with someone else
    This is not only possessive, but it is also borderline obsessive behavior. You become quite resentful when your best friend spends time with anyone but you. Alternatively, get angry at those with whom your friend is spending his/her time.
  5. You hate those who hurt them
    We often are friends with people whom our best friend has had a bad experience. However, if you are one of those who hate people for this, without attempting to get the facts, then you are crossing the possessive line and need to check yourself.
  6. They forgive their ex, but you don’t
    People move on in life, and they end not caring much about their ex. This helps them forgive their ex. However, if you find yourself unable to forgive their ex and move on, you are being overprotective, clinging on to the past, and frankly being unreasonable.
  7. Your partner doesn’t like your devotion
    If you are dating someone but continuously bring up your best friend, there is a high chance they would find this devotion odd and over the top. They might start to doubt your commitment towards them and even wonder if you prefer your best friend to them, especially if your best friend is of the opposite sex.
  8. You hate it when someone else calls them their best friend
    Getting angry or rattled when someone else claims your best friend is their best friend is a sure sign that you are possessive. It is not fine, nor is it cute. It is something you must do away with the moment you notice it.
  9. You are angry when they don’t ask you for help
    One regular feature of friendships is being able to ask for and give help. This is more so between the best of friends. However, if you find you react angrily to not being asked for help, or consulted over a problem, you are a poor, entitled, and possessive friend.

If you see yourself more than once in this article, chances are you are a possessive friend, and you need to change before it is too late.

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When men imitate women on Instagram

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To make fun of men, men had a brilliant idea, imitating women with the poses they adopt on their Instagram accounts.

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Women Treat You How You Treat You

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We always earn what we believe we deserve even if we think we deserve better. Therefore, even a woman will treat you how you allow and train her to based on your own self-belief. Understanding this one concept is the starting point to becoming a man with strong personal boundaries. Because your reality is a perpetual and often merciless mirror of whatyou believe about yourself, you’ll never be able to change the way a woman treats you if you don’t believe that you deserve better.

The human mind functions in such a way as to attain congruence (there’s that word again). It will work overtime to close the gap between who you think you are and what your behaviors portray until the two correspond.
This is why you’re compelled to behave in a way that matches with your self-belief. As the saying goes, “you can’t hide what’s inside.” If you inwardly believe that you’re a man of low-value, just about everyone you relate with will treat you as such.

Even your adoring wife or girlfriend might find herself struggling to treat you with respect if you neglect your own well being over time. No woman wants to be with a loser (unless she’s a loser herself) and she’ll give a man hell in an effort to induce a positive change.

So what’s the solution? How does a man increase his sense of self-worth and make it difficult for anyone to disrespect him? How does a man ensure that the opinion he has of himself is worth more to him than the opinions of others? The answer is so simple it’s embarrassing to say: Develop rock-solid self-belief by becoming a better man

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8 Characteristics Of A Healthy Personality

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A healthy personality is a blend of many tiny factors that altogether make an ordinary personality into a great healthy personality. It also shows how mentally strong one is, a healthy personality is a joyful one who wears a smile, who displays ethical moral values. Take a look below of the characteristics of a healthy personality

  1. He is Adaptable
    A healthy personality is the one who has adaptability in him, who knows how to mold himself according to the circumstances. The social environment is well dealt out by a healthy personality.
  2. He is a Good Listener
    A healthy personality always gives time others to have their say, he listens to them keenly without showing any boredom. He doesn’t just have good command on speaking; instead, he knows others also have the right to express their opinion.
  3. He is Polite
    A healthy personality is always polite in manners, no matter whom he confronts to he always keeps his tone respectful, he doesn’t react curtly with the curt ones, he maintains his individuality no matter what happens.
  4. He is Approachable
    A person who keeps a healthy person is always approachable and accommodating, he is friendly and easy-going, and people find great comfort in discussing their issues with him.
  5. He knows How to Play at Both Sides
    He is smart to play at both sides, he maintains his dignity yet he is humble and meek. He knows how to manage this balance well.
  6. He is Generous and Promising
    A healthy personality is never reluctant to admire others and their achievements, he open-heartedly appreciates others. A healthy personality is the one who knows how to keep the promises. He keeps on his words no matter what happens.
  7. He always Embraces Positive Changes
    A healthy personality always makes him-self embrace the positive changes because he knows there is no end of perfection; you can add up more to your personality no matter in which phase of age you are at.
  8. He can Stand the Difference of Opinion
    A healthy person is not short-fused when he is confronted with the difference of opinion, he stands with it patiently.
    These things prove that you have strong mental health, you don’t get biased, jealous and bitter. We should always try to make ourselves better by making positive changes in our habits.

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