And you shouldn’t want a relationship where you keep disrespecting who the other person is.
The rapid warm-up is always a sign of shallow emotions which later cause the Loser to detach from you as quickly as they committed.” Which is exactly what Drew Peterson (and others like him) did after seducing each of his partners. The physical outbursts towards inanimate objects function as a form of intimidation.As easily as he attached to them initially, he later detached from them to pursue his next conquest(s). Through such behavior, Losers show their targets that they’re capable of doing the same thing to them. Losers generally prefer flings and short-term affairs, which provide constant new thrills.He began with criticism, went on to name-calling and moved on to physical violence and (probably) murder. “The Loser,” Carver notes, “has very shallow emotions and connections with others.It’s very important to get away from a Loser at the slightest hint of violence, including verbal aggression, since abuse usually increases in frequency and severity over time. One of the things that might attract you to the Loser is how quickly he or she says ‘I Love You’ or wants to marry or commit to you.Personality is the tip of the iceberg of who someone shows themselves to be. A relationship is only as strong as how you handle challenging times.
Your relationship will always suffer if either you or your partner displays poor character during conflicts, disappointments, stress, crisis, temptation, sadness, monetary challenges, illness, misunderstandings etc.About a decade ago, I became involved with a guy I jokingly referred to as “a Romantrix.” Don’t bother Googling that term.I made it up to describe someone who dominates you so much with hot pursuit, that romance is inevitable. So all that intense pleasure from the beginning of our relationship quickly led to lots of pain.However, if you embrace strong character values (honesty, empathy, good communication and a devotion to self development), then during tough times you'll be open to discussing problems, listening with an open mind, empathizing with an open heart, talking honestly, and evolving — so as to make sure problems don’t keep repeating.A person with strong character is also able to see how a relationship is not just there as a “den of pleasure.” A relationship actually serves a secondary function. Den of pleasure — for fun, companionship, sex,laughter, etc2.Typically, in less than a few weeks of dating you’ll hear that you’re the love of their life, they want to be with you forever, and they want to marry you.