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Love filled with possessiveness is pain, hard to carry and suffocates both who are in relationship. A little of possessiveness is a part of every relationship, but everything that exceeds beyond a limit starts spoiling everything around. Same is the case with possessiveness, it starts spoiling the relationship if exceeds beyond a certain limit.

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It is a feeling that makes a person think that he has the authority to control the activities and life of his partner because they both are in relationship. It can generally be noticed when a partner gives no space to another partner for pursuing his interests, talk to friends, go wherever he wants and do whatever he wants to. Excess of possessiveness makes a relationship suffocating. Though, it remains unhealthy for the overall relationship, but all the possessive people who don’t want to leave their partners alone and want to keep a check on their activities all the time should also know about its impact on them as well as on their relationship. So, let’s take the points one by one and talk about them in detail.

How Possessive Nature Affect Your Partner’s Mind and Actions

Possessiveness of a partner kills the personal space and desires of another partner, this undoubtedly puts negative effect on the relationship. It may seems very natural in the beginning of the relationship because some partners have a tendency to over-protect their partners in the starting. Both the partners also enjoy each other’s attention in this phase.

But, as the relationship grows, a possessive partner starts revealing his true nature. Instead of making a partner more independent and free of boundaries, possessive people start imposing their unnecessary fear, doubts and mistrust on their partners. This inflict an unnecessary burden on the minds of both the partners and their relationship.

People start hiding things from their possessive mates in order to avoid useless questions and suspicion. But, then also they do their best to find information about their partners’ location and activities. Sometimes, it becomes hard for non-possessive partners to sustain in such a frustrating relationship. After a certain limit when their patience comes to an end, they prefer to come out from that suffocating relationship.

How Possessive Nature Evolve with Time and Affect Relationship

In a relationship, as love grows with time, possessive nature also grows with time. In the beginning it just looks like a loving concern, then slowly it grows and starts controlling the dressing style and number of outing with friends. Whenever they feel that they are unable to control their partner’s life or possess them with love, they increase their reach to other mediums such as their partners’ mobile phones or laptops.

They start checking these devices regularly to take an insight on their partner’s life. They try to make sure that their partner communicate less with people of opposite sex. They try to get along everywhere with their partner and even don’t hesitate in making issues of small things at home. This tendency grows with time along with the love and concern for their partners.

Ways that can Help Giving up Possessive Nature

It’s not hard to give up possessive nature, this process may takes time, but it will benefit your relationship at last. If you want to take rid of your possessive nature, or if you want to help your partner in getting rid of possessive nature, just keep these points in mind.

1. The most important thing for possessive people to understand is that they should respect their own self. Value yourself and build that confidence that your partner loves you. Also, build a strong foundation of your relationship that you can’t be able to make by showing excess of possessiveness.

2. Instead of wasting time in investigating your partner’s activity by checking his phones or personal stuff, invest time in activities that you like, follow your hobbies, take out time and visit places you like, meet your friends etc.

3. Respect your partner’s decisions and don’t try to enforce your decisions on him or her.

4. Also, trust your partner, in fact trust is a major component in building a strong foundation for relationship.

5. Talk to your partner about your insecurities, it’s better to talk than to remain in doubt. Convey your feeling to him and he will definitely help in resolving them. This can prove to be a very helpful step in making your relationship healthy.

6. Do some self-assessment and try to see a bigger picture. Self-assessment is highly important in a relationship, assess yourself that how your behavior and activities are effecting your partner and relationship. Try to understand that is this behavior is helping your relationship in growing or is it just ruining it. See a bigger picture and try to understand what kind of behavior will remain healthy for you both in future.

If you want to give your best to your partner and relationship, just make sure to stay away from this sick habit. Possessive nature may eat up your relationship like termite, so don’t let it do that, instead build a foundation for healthy relationship filled with love and trust.

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