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I am whatever YOU think I am until YOU get to KNOW me. This is true for everyone else too, of course.. so don't make assumptions about anyone or pass judgment; ask questions. You might just make a new friend.


Monday, November 14, 2022


If you’re starting to get worried about these intense shows of affection, start politely refusing gifts and time together. Rely on people you trust outside the relationship. If this person is asking you to stop being friends with someone or stop seeing someone who is close to you, let someone you trust know.

In a safe space, tell them you would like to take things slow and that their displays of affection are making you feel uncomfortable.

Slowly move away from the relationship until you’re able to either ignore them or let them go.

If it starts to feel abusive or overly unhealthy seek help. If you are feeling the lasting effects of this manipulation, seek help from a professional so you can learn how to trust people again.

What’s You Should Understand About Love-Bombing.

This can happen in any relationship—whether romantic, familial, or platonic.

If you notice any of these things happening in a current relationship, it might be time to end that relationship. If it feels too good to be true, then it’s likely it is.

The last thing you need is someone making you think they care, only to rip out your hopes from under you.

These are manipulative behaviors disguised as affection and attention used to try and coerce you into doing something that meets their goal or agenda.

It is natural for us to crave things like attention, love, compliments, acts of service, etc. It is not healthy when it is over the top and makes you feel uncomfortable. But if the person who is giving it to you is making you feel uncomfortable, hurting you, or trying to make you do something you don’t want to do, it’s time to let them go.

The best advice for deciphering if you’re experiencing love-bombing is to follow your intuition. If what a person is doing makes you feel uneasy, out of balance, or makes you feel unsafe, don’t ignore that feeling.

Listen to your body. If it tells you it isn’t right, it isn’t right.

Chances are listening to your gut can save you from terrible heartbreak or perhaps something even worse.

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