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I've noticed that insecurity seems to play into a lot of things that people don't like about other people.
And that has to do with what I said how?
You claim insecurity plays a dominant role in it, and you also don't seem to think very highly of it. I was indirectly saying that your perspective likely isn't merited, and is corrupted due to your displeasure in the idea of it.
So your saying I'm wrong in believing being with a possessive partner is toxic and dangerous? Simply because I'm saying insecurity plays heavily in to how we let people treat us... which has been proven to be true...
Yes, and homosexuality was "proven" to be a mental illness way back when. Now we know better. Things that are stigmatized are often not properly tested. When people like you say "possessive men are toxic, and women who like it are insecure" (or something to that effect), and it being parroted by everyone else, how many non-toxic, non-insecure relationships are going to subject themselves to scrutiny to try and convince ignorant people that they aren't toxic or insecure? And when people who like this do so in secret, how accurate can our studies be? All you're seeing is the bad cases that inevitably come to light, while the good ones remain secret, away from all the unfounded criticism?
What are you even talking about?😂😂 I'm literally talking about the relationships that are clearly toxic and not positive for the people involved. Nobody said anything about good relationships being bad, what are you smoking 😂😂 Shitty relationships SHOULD be stigmatized. If we just went around acting like all relationships are healthy we wouldn't get anywhere. This is coming from someone who has dated for insecure reasons, and now I know better. So exactly what is your point since you are an expert?
No, you're not "just talking about the clearly toxic relationships," you're talking about possessive people in relationships in general and regarding them as toxic/insecure.And my point, that I already made in my previous response, is that when something is stigmatized and subject to unfounded criticism, the good instances remain secret and private, while that bad instances become public and known about. So all you see are the bad instances. But all you have to do is a little bit of digging, especially thanks to the internet, to find positive, healthy, enjoyed, appreciated relationships that have a bit of possessiveness and no insecurity. And just because you don't like it doesn't mean it's wrong.
Oh I see your one of those. Trying to make a desperate point out of something so you can justify bad behavior. I know you know the difference between a healthy relationship and a bad one, your just trying to sound smart. Stay in your lane dude lol fuck outta here.
Yep i agree
R u possessive...
I am possesive of property which I have earned the right to own
Do u wanna talk
About what? If you’re looking for a hookup you ain’t gonna get it from me, but I am more than willing to have a conversation about philosophy or travels
Lol noooooo and sure why not
How do I PM on here?
Click my pfp then the envelope
If that doesn't work you can get my number its completely up to u
Yeah I don't have enough experience points, do you have snapchat or instagram? I use telegram too
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