Added: Darick Eckley - Date: 14.08.2021 15:47 - Views: 39734 - Clicks: 1843
Being on the receiving end of blame can be exhausting, exasperating and painful. It can make you feel tiny: like nothing you do is good enough or ever will be.
It can break down your sense of trust in your partner and replace it with a growing sense of resentment and anger. And, if it persists for a very long time, constant blame in a relationship can be a symptom of emotional abuse. But blame can also be a defensive thing. In some ways, this may sound like a pretty uninviting prospect.
If your partner has been making you feel resentful - and particularly if this has been going on for a long time - you may feel totally disinclined to open up to them about your emotions. You may feel that doing so would make you vulnerable, and risk them making you feel even worse by being unkind or blaming you further. Sharing your feelings can make you vulnerable. But it can also be empowering.
The key word here is ownership. As with many things in relationships, so much of this is about how you say it. Sometimes, expressing yourself simply is best.
And being able to express this will show your partner that you want this discussion to be a dialogue - not an attack. Although you will know your circumstances better than anyone else, if a client came to one of our counsellors complaining of this, we would begin to wonder whether things have crossed into the territory of emotional abuse. You are here Home Relationship help Help with relationships Communication My partner blames me for everything.
My partner blames me for everything. Blame can be a really toxic thing in relationships. Why do we blame each other for things? How can you deal with blame? Simply put: you tell your partner how it makes you feel.My ex blames me for everything
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Why is my ex blaming me for everything? and why is he the victim?