Here’s something to think about: Doesn’t it seem like — at least in the realm of male/female relationships — there seems to be a disproportionate amount of women who fit the “crazy” bill better than men? In the meantime, here are 50 signs that the girl you’re dating might be what we like to call “crazy.” And you can trust me on this one — I’ve done extensive research in the field.And believe it or not, I’m not trying to be sexist here, I’m genuinely curious about this; it’s not that men don’t have character defects or psychological issues that make them behave inappropriately, it’s just that those guys are always “dicks” or maybe “weirdos” (and there are plenty of them out there), but women are always “crazy.” Is it a body chemistry thing? Is there something about dating men that causes this transformation? It’s an undisputed fact that crazy women are incredible in the sack. We all get crazy eyes from time to time—from stress, lack of sleep, etc.“When that gruel interacts with blood, there is a clot formation right away,” he said.If your feelings are consistently being diminished and you often find yourself apologizing to your partner when you were the one hurt by their bad behavior, chances are you are stuck in a toxic relationship with an emotional manipulator.Knowing the warning signs of a dangerous and obsessive relationship can be life-saving for you or your loved ones.Most abusers begin displaying subtle signs before they engage in behaviors that can be destructive and harmful.Lauri Revilla has been writing articles on mental health, wellness, relationships and lifestyle for more than six years.She moved to San Antonio, Texas, from Mexico in 2006.
Aren’t we all a little crazy in one way or another?According to relationship experts, emotional manipulators prey on your vulnerabilities and often use your own words against you in order to get what they want - and just when you have hit your breaking point, they lure you back in with a touching apology and the promise of change.However, Beatty Cohan, a psychotherapist and author based both in New York and Saraosta, Florida, said there are clear signs your partner is an emotional manipulator, explaining that once you start noticing them, you need to leave the relationship immediately, before it becomes any more toxic.Some common tactics used by stalkers include following the other person, checking their phone calls, showing up at their workplace and even invading their property.Other warning signs include hacking into your social networking sites, into your email or having "informants" that can keep him posted as to your whereabouts.