- Top 10 Moments of Respect Between Fierce Rivals
- Top 10 Movies That Become Extremely Funny When Watched Backwards
- Top 10 Places In New Delhi For A Photography Enthusiast
- Top 10 Tips To Improve Your Vocabulary
- Top 10 Stupidest Comments Made By Indian Politicians
- Top 10 Signs Of An Unhealthy Relationship
Posted: 31 Jul 2013 09:02 PM PDT
Be it in the sporting field, politics, scientific discoveries, academics or in a battleground, history is replete with incidents when a strong and fierce adversary has won the appreciation on the stronger, better or winning opponent. Perhaps earning respect from an adversary is the greatest honour for someone who goes down gallantly in any competitive contest. Picking out best moments of respect earned among fierce rivals is no easy task but here we pick out ten such moments which would figure among the top ten lists:
10. Alexander the Great and King Porous:
Greek conqueror Alexander in his quest to expand the empire deep into Asia encountered a fierce opponent in King Porous on the plains of Indus valley in North India in 326 BC. Winning the hard fought battle on Jhelum River compelled Alexander to treat the vanquished king with respect for the bravery displayed on the field. Even in defeat Porous was gracious enough to demand respect of equals that the victor did willingly agree to. Before advancing further, Alexander not only restored the kingdom of Porous but also gained a client king to administer the vast empire which stretched from the Mediterranean Sea to Indus River.
9. After Battle of Waterloo, exiling Napoleon Bonaparte to St Helena:
For attempting to revive the French Empire, Napoleon Bonaparte first having escaped from exile and then losing at the Battle of Waterloo on 18th June 1815 could have heavier price for daring to take on the allies, led by arch rival Britain. It was out of respect to one of Europe's ablest administrators and fierce conqueror that the British forces spared his life and banished Napoleon to St Helena, a small island in the Atlantic where he died 6 years later.
8 Mark Antony appreciations for Marcus Brutus:
Dramatically played out in Julius Caesar play by Shakespeare, the rivalry between Mark Antony and Marcus Brutus is a classic political rivalry following the assassination of the great Roman. Though the Caesar funeral speech of Antony, before it ends turns ironic and incites an irate mob, but even in the dramatic version the noble qualities of Brutus did get his bitter rival to praise them publically
7. Tennis stars Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova:
The on court rivalry among these two female tennis players was legendary but Navratilova after winning a gruesome game at the 1985 Australian Open acknowledged before the crowds, "If somebody had told me in 1973 that Chris and I would play each other 67 times, I think I would have quit right then." From 1973 to 1988 the two players faced each other 80 times, of which 60 were in finals and 14 of them at Grand Slam title matches.
6. Chess: Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer
It was not a rivalry of two grandmasters of Chess but one of two cultures who stood across the dividing line at the height of the Cold War. American grandmaster Fischer defeating Soviet Union icon Spassky in the 1972 World Chess Championship has been considered the match of 20th Century. Though Fischer defeated Spassky, ending a 24 year unbroken supremacy of Soviet grandmasters in the game but the sportsman that Spassky was could not stop him from applauding one well played game of Fischer. Later in life when Fischer faced jail for defying American laws, Spassky defended him.
5. Boxing: Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier
This rivalry in the ring and outside the ring did have the two great boxers, between 1971 and 1975 fight three times, of what has been labeled as the fight of the century and is considered one of greatest boxing bouts in history. Though Ali got the better of Frazier in two of the three slugfest bouts and though Frazier never actually forgave Ali but that did not stop him in 1978 from appearing on This is Your Live Tribute to Ali where he referred to him as a 'great guy'
4 Cricket: Pakistan players celebrate Indian teams 1983 Cricket World Cup win
On field and off field India-Pakistan rivalry ever since the two countries were partitioned from one nation in 1947 is legendary but guards were let down in the summer of 1983 at Lords ground London, when India beat reigning two time champions West Indies to lift the World Cup. The win gave ascendancy to Asian cricket but for once, the India-Pakistan rivalry was kept aside on the day of the historic win.
3. Business: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates
The rivalry between Jobs and Gates has shaped the world of computers as we have it today. Though both went onto build world class companies but the two never lost respect for each other, while fiercely competing in businesses and innovative technologies. Ultimate tribute to Jobs was handed out by Gates as "We did lots of tablets well before Apple did but they put the pieces together in a way that succeeded."
2. Business: Thomas Edison and Nikola Tesla
Current wars DC versus AC unfolded birth of commercial electricity into modern life. Though it was AC or alternate current propagated by Tesla that won the day but he and Edison had become bitter rivals much before that even though the two of them at collaborated on the project earlier. Much is made out of the acrimonious rivalry between the two but Telsa as quoted in Seifers biography remarked of Edison, "I was amazed at this wonderful man who, without early advantages and scientific training had accomplished so much.
1. Politics: Pak president Prevez Musharraf salutes Indian PM Vajpayee
Public display by politicians grudgingly acknowledging respect for a bitter rival are rare but the former Pakistan President surprised many at one gathering when after delivering a speech about how to taken regional and India-Pakistan relations forward, Musharraf before taking his seat on the dais saluted the then Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who could not acknowledge it because the salutary gesture was made behind his back.
Posted: 31 Jul 2013 03:17 AM PDT
Have you ever wondered how much fun it would be if you could watch movies backwards? If you have then, like me, you have too much free time on your hands and you need to get a life! Lucky for you there are many people like us who have nothing better to do than to think about how funny movies can be if watched backwards. This internet meme started a few years ago and since then all our favorite movies have been transformed into extremely hilarious reverse versions. Read on about the top 10 backward movies and we’ll think about getting a life after that. Here are the top 10 movies that turnout to be extremely funny when watched backwards.
10. Iron Man:
If you watch Iron Man backwards it’s about this superhero who gets tired of fighting and gradually dismantles his suit. Stark then goes to the desert to destroy the prototype of the suit. A physicist then does surgery on him to remove his magnetic chest plate while under capture of the Afghan terrorists. Stark then decides to kill the terrorists by building weapons and the movie ends with the success of his Jericho missile.
Hostel watched backwards is a heartwarming story about where Americans come from. They are stitched together by European scientists in a secret lab. When they come to life they are given escorts to have fun in Europe before going back to America to settle down.
8. Lord Of The Rings:
Lord of the Rings trilogy backwards is a really boring story about a hobbit who finds a ring in a volcano and then slowly walks back to home in the shire only to leave the ring in his uncle’s house hoping that he comes back for his 111th birthday party. The movie ends on a happy note as his uncle comes back and takes the ring. He hires the local guide Gollum who shows him the way back home. Meanwhile the fellowship of the wizard, elf, dwarf, man and hobbits resurrects lord Sauron’s Orc’s who help rebuild the Middle Earth.
7. The Matrix:
The Matrix watched backwards is about a guy named Neo who works for the resistance and likes to play virtual reality video games in which he is a superhero. He slowly gets worse at playing the game and more players keep joining him so he decides to leave the resistance. The ship drops him in the gutters from where he is sucked up into a machine and attached to the matrix. He enters the matrix and starts living as a normal man. Morpheus keeps bothering him but slowly he gets rid of him and breaks all contact with him.
Titanic when watched backwards starts with an old lady throwing a necklace in the sea. Later a ship throws a lot of its passengers in the middle of the ocean and leaves them to drown in the sea near an iceberg. The submarine/ship Titanic rises from beneath them and saves all the people. Leonardo helps Kate find her fiancé while the ship is draining all the water inside. They then have a nice cruise to England. Some people try to hide a nude painting in a sunken ship. The end.
2012 when watched backwards is a story of a world that is completely covered with water. A large ship is floating on the water with a highly untrained crew. Slowly the water starts receding and the world starts healing itself. Buildings form out of ruble and large pieces of land come together to form cities. In the end John Cusack leaves his children and their mother with another guy and becomes a limo driver.
4. 127 Hours:
127 hours when watched backwards is a heart warming story of a handicapped guy who is dropped by a helicopter in the middle of the desert. He wanders around till he finds an arm lodged under a rock. He spends 127 hours trying to attach the arm to his and finally succeeds. He then parties with two girls and hikes a little till he finds a bike. He rides the bike and finds a car. He drives his car to the city and the movie ends with a nice song.
3. The Shawshank Redemption:
The Shawshank Redemption is about two guys who are living at a Mexican beach. Morgan freeman decides to leave and after working at a grocery store goes to jail. Tim Robbins gets lonely and decides to find Freeman. He finds some jail clothes in a ditch during a storm, crawls through shit to enter the jail and luckily finds a hole to an empty cell. The two friends then spend many years enjoying each others friendships but slowly they drift apart and then Tim Robbins leaves Shawshank.
Avatar backwards is the story of Na’vi guy named Jake who finds a human body and with the help of the tribe possesses it. He then goes on to build a significant human population that helps the Na’vi in restoring their planet. The humans also help plant a giant tree in which all the Na’vi settle down. Eventually Jake abandons the tribe and Pandora to come to settle down in Earth.
1. Cast Away:
In backwards Cast Away, a guy gets tired of his wife and builds a raft to escape to a small island in the middle of nowhere. He gains weight on the island and lives happily for 4 years before his wife hires FedEx to bring him back from the island. This time he manages to love his wife and takes up a job with FedEx. A happy ending.
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Posted: 31 Jul 2013 01:05 AM PDT
Photography is a wonderful hobby to have and with digital cameras getting better and cheaper than ever, everybody has started taking an interest in photography. Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook etc. are full of millions of photographs as everyone around the world explores their creativity with photography. For such budding photography enthusiasts in New Delhi there are a lot of beautiful and scenic locations in and around Delhi that offer a wide variety of photography opportunities. To your convenience, here are those places.
10. Lotus Temple:
The Lotus Temple was built in 1986 by the Bahai faith which believes in universal unity and peace. The temple is shaped like a Lotus flower made out of white marble and offers great architectural photography opportunities. It looks especially beautiful all lit up at night and will attract anyone who’s interested in night photography. The gardens and ponds nearby are also good places to get some nature photographs. The temple is located in South Delhi near Nehru Place.
9. Garden Of Five Senses:
The Garden of Five Senses was developed by Delhi Tourism and Transportation Development Corporation and opened in 2003. It’s designed by architect Pradeep Sachdeva to awaken all five senses. There are various theme areas such as Mughal gardens, bamboo courts, herb garden and a solar energy park, that make for a variety of interesting photographs. The 20 acre garden is located near Mehrauli opposite to Saket.
8. India Gate:
India Gate is among the most popular monuments in Delhi and offers a great opportunity for photography especially at night when the gate is lit up. It was built as a war memorial for the Indian soldiers that died in World War I fighting for the British Army. It is situated right at the centre of Delhi. The accompanying gardens are also a good place to explore nature photography.
7. Gurudwara Bangla Sahib:
Gurudwara Bangla Sahib is a beautiful Gurudwara situated near Connaught Place. It is one of the most popular Gurudwaras in New Delhi and it’s iconic golden dome offers great photography opportunities. It looks particularly stunning at night. A great place for those photography enthusiasts who are interested in religious photography.
6. Qutab Minar:
Qutab Minar is the tallest Minar in India and is a world heritage site located in Mehrauli, South Delhi. It is also the tallest brick Minar in the world. The whole complex is a major photography location that everyone from novice to professional photographers can explore. The surrounding structures and ruins can also be used to find interesting photographs.
5. Lodi Gardens:
Lodi Gardens are a great place for early morning photography. Situated between Khan Market and Safdarjung’s Tomb, the gardens spread over 90 acres. There are many tombs and other architectural works in the gardens. The gardens have been built by the British around the tombs of the Muslim rulers of the 15th and 16th century. All this makes it a great place for photography.
4. Humayun’s Tomb:
Humayun’s Tomb is located near the Nizamuddin train station in Delhi, not far from Lodi Gardens. It was built in 1570 and is the tomb of Mughal emperor humayun. It was the inspiration for Taj Mahal in Agra. The tomb and the surrounding gardens are another great place for photography enthusiasts. The beauty of this world heritage site can inspire any budding photographer to take stunning shots of the tomb.
3. Chandni Chowk:
The main street of Old Delhi is as crowded today as it was during the time of Shah Jahan who built the market in 17th century. Apart from being one of the most popular streets in the world, it is also the oldest and busiest markets of Delhi. Chandni Chowk is a great place for photographers as the hustle and bustle of the market makes for very interesting photographs. Capturing the colors, sounds and sights of the lively market are a challenge for any photographer.
2. Chhatarpur Temple:
Located in South Delhi in Chhatarpur, the Shri Adhya Katyani Shakti Peeth Mandir is the largest temple complex in India. It is about 4 km from Qutab Minar. Created completely out of marble, this is a stunningly beautiful temple that will fill any photographer’s heart with delight. Some great religious and architectural photography can be done at this location.
1. Red Fort:
The most famous monument of Delhi is also the top place for doing photography. The Red Fort is located opposite Chandni Chowk. The red sandstone used extensively in the fort and on the boundary walls around the fort give it its famous name and iconic beauty. The fort is decorated with floral decorations and high level ornamental work. The Lahore Gate is the main entrance and leads to Chatta Chowk, a domed market that contains jewellery and crafts shops. The archaeological museum and Indian war museum are worth a look.
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Posted: 30 Jul 2013 10:36 PM PDT
Do you want to improve your vocabulary? Do you find yourself using the word awesome to describe everything good? Do you dream of being an author but feel your vocabulary is not strong enough? If for any of these reasons or any other reason, you want to learn vocabulary then you need to know the right way to do it. Memorizing words from a list is the most common and the most stupid way of going about learning vocabulary. We learn words in context of their use and by using them ourselves in our own sentences. Learning a word in isolation is like learning to swim in your living room. If you’ve tried to memorize words from a vocabulary list you know what I mean. Thankfully it is not as hard as it seems to learn new words. Here are top 10 tips to improve your vocabulary.
10. Join A Word Of The Day Email List:
There are many such sites which offer to email you one new word every day. This is a great way to start improving your vocabulary. Usually these emails contain the word, its meaning, pronunciation, origin and examples of use in a sentence. It only takes a few minutes to go through such an email and everyday you are introduced to a new and interesting word. You might not remember all of them but it is a good place to start.
9. Read A Lot:
If you want to improve your vocabulary then you have to become a voracious reader. Read whatever you can get your hands on. But mostly try to read good writing that has a good vocabulary and good grammar. Reading cheap writing is hardly useful as you won’t find any new words in there. The more you read, the more exposure you get to new words.
8. Look Up Unknown Words Immediately:
Going along with the above tip is this tip to look up unknown words immediately. It’s no point finding new words while reading if you don’t look them up immediately. A lot of times when we read and find a new word that we don’t know, we try to guess at what it means according to the context of the story and if we find something that makes a little bit of sense we move on with reading the book. It’s because the book is interesting and we don’t want to put it down to pick up a dictionary. But if you want to improve your vocabulary get in the habit of doing this. Making notes of the words to look up later means that you might not look it up if you don’t get the time later so do it right at the moment. It will also help you to appreciate the writing better as well.
7. Memorize Spellings:
When learning new words a lot of us just focus on the meaning and how to use it in sentences. But we must also learn the spellings of the words. This ingrains the word in our memory and we’d be less likely to forget it. When you start looking at the spelling of a word you will also find more about the origin of the word from the root of the word which helps again in better understanding the word and its use.
6. Learn New Words From Other Sources:
Reading is not the only source of learning new words. You can also learn from other sources such as movies, songs, TV and other people. The idea is to stay open to new words all the time. Whenever you hear a new word, try to find out what it means. The more open you are to new words the more your vocabulary will improve.
5. Do Word Puzzles:
Doing word puzzles and playing other word games such as scrabbles is a great way to improve vocabulary. Since the focus is not on word learning but rather on playing, it makes it easier to learn new words. Do it for the fun and also learn new words on the side; there couldn’t be a better deal than that.
4. Read Various Topics:
One important thing to remember is to read various topics and genres of books. Also read magazines on various topics and read newspapers too. Different genres use different words in different ways. If you stick to one style or one topic you’ll be limiting yourself to a small area of knowledge. Reading different topics will ensure that you come across a wide variety of words.
3. Write Daily:
The best way to memorize words is to write them in sentences. Writing is important and if you want to improve your vocabulary you have to start writing daily. You can write a journal or a blog or just write sentences in a vocabulary journal. Writing will also help you to remember the spellings and get deeper into the history and usage of the word.
2. Read The Dictionary:
It sounds a dorky thing to do but one great way to improve your vocabulary is to read the dictionary. Just open a random page and look up a random word. Once you get in the habit of reading a dictionary it can become addictive. You can learn all about the word and see the synonyms in the thesaurus as well. When reading the dictionary you’ll find that one word leads to another and that one leads to another and so on.
1. Use New Words In Conversations:
The most important tip to improve your vocabulary is to remember to use the words in normal conversation. Some words might be too formal for conversation but use them anyway. This is the best way to remember a word for a lifetime. Once you use it in a real life conversation you’ll never forget it again. Remember to not use too many formal words in your speech though as otherwise people will think you are just a pretentious snob.
Posted: 30 Jul 2013 10:20 PM PDT
Just 10? Yes, just 10. And chances are you would have made your own list by now, what with so much of stupidity gushing out the politicians' mouth. Ranging from funny to downright offensive, the statements do no good other than expose the very figures we voted in once, and make us sit-up, take note and remember to not go to the poll station half-asleep or hung-over the next time around. Hopefully, we will not make news for quoting these gaffes out of context! The top 10 stupidest comments made by Indian Politicians (in ascending order) are -
10. Digvijaya Singh:
India is better than Pakistan, where blasts take place, every day, every week.
This man knows how to steal the limelight away from Mallika Sherawat – for his gift of the gab, only. What a comparison he makes! By all means, love your country, but such a senseless comparison does no good – neither to the neighbor nor to the fact that terror does attack India all too often. Were you not told in your moral science class to aim higher, and not compare lower, Diggy?
9. Mamata Bannerjee:
I am a simple man.
You read that right, unless you heard it directly from the horse's mouth on prime time. On a popular news channel, Didi was found confusing sexes and exchanging genders without really realizing why the camera man was giggling behind the lens, or the country laughing. I know I too went 'tch tch' watching the derisive jokes that followed such a confidently spoken statement. But you know, it is silly, isn't it? Such a case of lost in translation has never been seen before. Thankfully, twitterati was not within the reach of her palms. Didi-dada-didi, dumb-dee-doo … !
8. Lalu Prasad Yadav:
What does dating mane?
Now, Lalu ji's middle name is humour and the last name phunny. But it is certainly hard to believe he would not know the meaning of dating. www.laloorabri.com was a dating website launched back in 2005, apparently named after Lalu and Rabri's matrimonial bond as sweet as freshly rolled laddoos. When Lalu ji was asked what he thought of it, he asked the reporter what dating means. Either his army of issues did not ever date, or they forgot to update their daddy on the latest. I wonder if Rabri ji knew what it meant?
7. Narendra Modi:
The middle-class is more beauty conscious than health conscious – that is a challenge. If a mother tells her daughter to have milk, they'll have a fight. She'll tell her mother, “I won't drink milk. I'll get fat.”
Too many Modi fans on the planet all too suddenly and so I duck under the table as I use this quote as stupid. Are all the young girls refusing to drink milk wondering why he would say this? This is the chief minister of Gujarat in response to a question on what he was doing to check malnutrition. His implication – Gujarati girls appear malnourished because of their efforts at remaining fashionably thin. Well, hopefully this Prime Ministerial candidate will not explain away other serious problems besetting the country with similar heights of silliness!
6. Rahul Gandhi:
We will stop 99 per cent of the attacks, but one per cent of the attacks might get through and that's what I am saying.
Just what are you saying, baba? We are very happy that you are saying something, even if not doing anything, but at least keep it simple and sensible. All those foreign degrees and still! If all the blasts in various cities were 1 per cent, I am kissing the ground you walk on for preventing the 99 per cent you talk about. Really! Tip – do exchange notes with mummy ji before you leave for your next press conference, or village visit.
5. Sushil Kumar Shinde:
This is a serious matter. This is not the subject of a film.
Sexist and offensive, such a remark is just not acceptable coming from a man who is globalised enough to consult an eye doctor in US of A and enjoy the position of Home Minister when at home. The remark was made against former actress and SP MP Jaya Bachchan when she interrupted him during a debate on violence in Assam. Mr. Shinde, it would have been better for your sake if it actually was a movie review discussion. You would have had much more to contribute there, than in the subject of internal security of the country!
4. Mulayam Singh Yadav:
Only girls and women from affluent class can go forward. Remember this, you (rural women) will not get a chance. Our rural women did not have that much attraction.
Reeking of stupidity and falsehood, both, this is what Mulayam Singh said while addressing a rally in Barabanki – a reason as to why the Women's Reservation Bill will not benefit the rural women. Because, they are not attractive! Really, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder and the beholders name is certainly not Mulayam.
3. Kapil Sibal:
There was zero loss to the Government as a result of giving 2G licences to new players in 2008.
Communications and IT Minister did not seem to be very "with it" when he suggested this. Apart from contradicting the big daddy of audit called CAG, with one sweeping statement he made Rs. 1.76-lakh crore turn into zero. Sircar family, make way! Magician Kapil Sibal is now here, and he knows how to erase big fat numbers and turn them into "presumptive loss". Perhaps, even pen down a cat-bat-mat rhyme for the same. Such multi-talent, don't you think?
2. Om Prakash Chautala:
Marry off girls to prevent rape.
When CMs give such solutions for tackling the increasing crime of rapes you really want to strip them of the Gandhi topi and everything else they acquired over and under the table, thanks to your vote. Does not this remind you of what a certain Khap leader had said about girls being married at 16 so that their sexual needs are met and they don't need to go elsewhere? If only we could get our hands around such necks and show them what we women reading this really desire doing for now – 16 or not!
1. Jitender Chhatar:
To my understanding, consumption of fast food contributes to such incidents. Chowmein leads to hormonal imbalance evoking an urge to indulge in such acts.
Some statements are so stupid they make you cry with their abundant stupidity. This is what this Khap panchayat leader's "understanding" tells him, about why rapes happen. Understanding of what, pray tell Mr. Chhatar. Of culinary expertise or aphrodisiac ingredients or human anatomy? Clueless was a word tailor-made for you. Thus proved!
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Posted: 30 Jul 2013 06:45 PM PDT
Relationships are complex because when two individuals come together, it is highly unlikely to find a perfect fit. Despite this fact, with a little bit of work most relationships can work. People try to look for that perfect partner and many times give up on very good ones. But often the opposite happens and people try to make it work with the wrong person. There are signs that can warn you if you are trying to make the wrong relationship work. If you see any of these signs, get out of the relationship immediately as it will best for both you and your partner. Look out for these top 10 signs of an unhealthy relationship.
10. Your Partner Ignores You In Public:
If your partner is very close and nice to you in private but ignores you in public then it is a sign that they are not comfortable with showing their affection publicly. This usually means that they are ashamed of you and think that they can do better. In such a situation it is better to leave your partner before they leave you for someone they think is a better match for them.
9. Your Partner Is Overly Protective:
People can be very protective of the ones they love but some people are overly protective. This is a sign of an unhealthy relationship. They might love you but if they try to protect you from every little thing, so much so that they don’t let you be independent then they are stopping your growth as a person. They want you to be dependent on them as it makes them feel. If you do something on your own it will make them angry. A healthy relationship is one where both persons respect the independence of others. It is important to understand that people need to face problems to grow. Trying to protect them from every problem is suffocating to that person.
8. Your Partner Gets Jealous Often:
Many people are considered to be the jealous types, who don’t want anyone else to even come close to their partners. This again is an extreme of love and like every extreme is unhealthy. If your partner gets jealous too often, it maybe because they are insecure or too possessive. This type of relationship can be very smothering and suffocating to your growth.
7. Your Partner Constantly Criticizes You:
If your partner is always criticizing whatever you do then it can be very hard to live with them. It’s because they don’t appreciate you. This type of relationship is common with a dominant type personality. They don’t appreciate you but still want to be with you just so that they can carry on criticizing you for the rest of your life. This is definitely not a relationship you want to be in.
6. Your Partner Makes You Feel Worthless:
Another trick used by dominant personality types is to make their partners feel worthless all the time. They might do this by commenting on your personality or looks or by criticizing your work. They do this to remind you that you are worthless and they are doing a favor to you by staying with you. This helps them stay in control of the relationship.
5. Your Partner Makes You Feel Guilty:
Another manipulative technique is to make the partner feel guilty. They try to emotionally blackmail their partners by crying and repeatedly reminding them of how they hurt them. This is a passive type of dominance in which the person takes the role of the victim to gain control of the relationship. It can be hard to get out of such a relationship but it is the best thing to do.
4. Your Partner Constantly Compares You To An Ex:
If your partner is always comparing you to their ex then it is not a good relationship. Even if they praise you in comparison to their ex it still means that they haven’t completely forgotten about their ex. They might be trying to convince themselves that they love you and it’s better to not wait for the result and get out while you can.
3. Your Friends And Family Don’t Like Your Partner:
If your friends and family don’t like your partner it’s usually because of a reason. Your close friends know you well and they try to look out for you. If they can see that your partner is not the right fit for you, the least you can do is to consider their point of view. Often in love people ignore the bad points of their partner and don’t understand why their friends don’t like them. Try to be unemotional and look from the point of view of your friends. It might be that your relationship is not as healthy as you thought.
2. Your Partner Is Physically Or Verbally Abusive:
This is the red danger light flashing kind of a sign. If at any time of point your partner abuses you physically or verbally, get out of there immediately. Don’t try to rationalize about how it only happened once and how it was your fault and how your partner was very angry. No reason is good enough to justify abusive behavior. If you tolerate it once it will only get worse from there.
1. Your Partner Submits To Your Every Whim:
If your partner is the sweetest person on planet earth and accepts everything you do or say then it is a sign of an unhealthy relationship. It might seem like a good relationship but your partner is consciously trying to submit to you and give you control of the relationship. This type of person is a dependent person who wants to be dependent on you so that they don’t have to be responsible for themselves. They might pamper and flatter you a lot but it’s not a good relationship to be in. After a while such people can become too clingy and dependent and it can be very hard to get out of such a relationship. If your independence is important then it is also important that your partner be independent and strong as well.
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