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Erin got a copy from her sister and asked me to examine some of Harvey's takes on how men perceive commitment.His observations are a little over the top but fundamentally true:"A man who professes you as his own [giving you the title of girlfriend/fiance/his lady] is also saying in not so many words that he's claiming you--that you are his. [he] has professed out loud that 'this one is mine and she's not available for anything you were plotting and planning.'"I'm not a particularly possessive or jealous guy, but that doesn't mean I'm cool with other dudes making moves on my girl.Everyone deserves to be in a safe and healthy relationship. Choose how often your partner does the following to find out. At the end, you’ll find out how to score your answers.Answer below: Often: -5, Sometimes: -3, Never: 5 Add up your answers.Your man will destroy anything and everything in his path to make sure that whoever disrespected you pays for it.This is his nature."Harvey's diction could use a few ice cubes ("obliterated"?
While possessive behavior is usually rooted in low self-esteem, a possessive partner will turn these feelings back on you.
I probably should have just grabbed her and left the bar, but something in me snapped and I don't necessarily regret it."[My wife] understands that primal need I have to make sure nothing bad happens to her.
Marjorie is a pretty adventurous girl, but she's cut out a lot of that stuff--the diving and parasailing and such--for that very reason."This is taking natural protectiveness a little too far.
Score: 1-5 Points If you scored one to five points, you might be noticing a couple of things in your relationship that are unhealthy, but it doesn't necessarily mean they are warning signs.
It's still a good idea to keep an eye out and make sure there isn't an unhealthy pattern developing.