Do you think if partner jealous of your dog/pet that is red

Foundlove's picture

Do you think if partner jealous of your dog/pet that is red flag?

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Foundlove's picture
May 29

@JayCoast thanks for your support! Yes not making decision is making decision! I doubt myself a lot and question a lot if im the problem…. That’s probably why I take so long to get away from people in past. My bf accidentally ran into my dog this morning. Ummm… nope that’s the last time. It’s very strange to me his behavior. I don’t want anyone in my life I feel unsafe around actually. Unfortunately even though this is small I feel this is big time red flag as well as another comment he made where he didn’t do anything wrong when he lost his temper and almost hurt other kids when he was young. Thanks so much to all those on this site for your support in helping me figure things out n keeping my head straight!

JayCoast's picture
May 29

@Foundlove instinct is usually on the right path. I think the brain identifies patterns in people that we as humans can't see. Have you ever met someone and not like them for some reason, you don't know why, but you just don't like them. To me that is instinct and we have to be good enough to trust it, act according to the situation and trust it. I am glad you feel comfortable with your decision now and that I was able to help a little bit. Stay in touch :).

lostempath's picture
May 30

that is what a narcissist would do to someone with their pet, is find that animal is getting something that they are not. Now what a psychopath does is uses that animal to put the fear into a person one way or another. A narcissist starts getting this perceived threat that there is a criticism from the animal getting attention that they do not so it is this silly envious trait but its only paranoid of the narcissist to think that way. They are so adorable.

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