There is a psychological phenomenon known as the 'confirmation bias,' where we are inclined to discard all evidence that does not align with our views and only keep those that do. "I see this a lot in marriages and dating relationships, where there's always one person who's feeding the needs of the other person.
And with a potentially toxic person, they have worked to create a false positive impression to worm their way into your heart. He could be all that -- the sleekest toxic people are. One person is giving and giving and giving, and the other person gives one back. And the other selfish person is typically fine with their needs being met.
They don't care about you and your concerns; they only care about themselves. They don't believe they are wrong about anything, and they will constantly feel victimised, accusing you of attacking them when you're just expressing your feelings in a situation.
Now that these relationships are over, these same people are all bad.Single Dads, aka divorced men with kids, carry a whole set of complications with them.Yes, it is a next level gaming and one not to be taken lightly.I have not learned anything from these relationships.It is totally up to you to make our relationship work.' "It is also likely to mean that they are unable to see people in an integrated and realistic way.