No matter how much you love someone, sometimes that's not enough for them to pause and consider your feelings in a given situation. Whether they do it intentionally or by accident, sometimes you're going to have to deal with a selfish partner. That doesn't necessarily mean they're selfish all the time — chances are your honey does thoughtful and caring things throughout the week that you really appreciate, but slips up now and then when it comes to looking out for your needs. Whether that's always expecting you to cook dinner when they're working late or zoning out when you're complaining about work, chances are there are a couple of selfish tendencies you'd like to get rid of.
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Every relationship has some give and take—but what do you do when you've realized someone in your life is mostly take, and no give? Perhaps it's been one-sided for awhile , or maybe things have gradually evolved into a toxic dynamic : You meet a friend for catch-up drinks, and they unload for thirty solid minutes and "forget" to ask how you are. A family member constantly asks for favors, yet they're conveniently busy when you're in a jam. Or you've planned thoughtful dates a dozen times over, while your significant other hasn't done the same in
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The year-old had a choice: keep scrubbing the plates in the sink, or clean up the mess she knew was awaiting her in the living room. She chose wrong. It was only when I broke down and apologized that he started to talk to me again.