6. You Become a People-pleaser.
You’re terrified of rejection and failure. So you want people to like you. You try hard to avoid conflicts. You don’t really say no.
If a romantic prospect invites you out and you happen to have another commitment, you will move that commitment to accommodate your date.
If you’re in a relationship, you will spend the majority of your time trying to make your partner happy without thinking about your own needs. When your partner gets upset over something, you blame yourself and take it as your responsibility to find the solutions.
7. When in A Relationship, You Avoid Rocking the Boat.
If you’re in a relationship and feel neglected or disrespected, you’re reluctant to call your partner out. You’re afraid that you will create conflicts and your partner will leave you. You would rather sweep your relationship problems under the rug than point them out at the risk of breaking up.
Worse, you make excuses for your partner’s bad behaviors and stay in denial about the toxic state of the relationship. In your mind, it’s still better than being single.
Which brings the next point…