Guilt about dating
Guilt trippers are more common than you might think and unfortunately, they tend to sneak up on you when you least expect it. They're manipulative, smart, and at times, highly narcissistic. They're the kind of people who make you feel badly about doing things for yourself, turn themselves into martyrs, and never do anything unconditionally.So much so that you often make your entire life revolve around him.Newsflash: It's okay to disappoint your partner and/or upset him if it's not malicious and it's okay to put yourself first.If you're in a relationship with one, there's a high probability you constantly feel like you're walking on eggshells or perhaps you feel as though you've "lost yourself" in an attempt to make them happy.Either way, they're bad news and it's a good idea to steer clear of them for your own sake.Instead, he will blame you for pushing him to such an extreme point.
If you say something that he does not like, he gets irritated or shuts down. It seems like no matter how hard you try, you are always coming up short. He is guilt tripping you in an attempt to make you be someone you are not.He basically flips it on you and somehow you are feeling bad for what you do or have done to him.