You’re so relaxed that sometimes it looks like you don’t even care about anything.
It’s okay to not be so invested in everything, but when it comes to love, have you thought about how our partner feels?
You encourage your partner to be more like you and not to take anything too seriously.
You want them to be relaxed because that’s how you are. But as already mentioned, be careful – being relaxed can easily be confused for not giving a damn. There’s a very thin line between the two.
You live an easy and relaxed life. It’s the same when you’re in a relationship.
Your partner has nothing to worry about. Being possessive and constantly having to know where your partner is, is not a part of your game.
You’d rather trust them and hope for the best. If they break your heart anyway, then you’ll heal and find someone else, but you’ll never turn into a possessive lunatic.
You are a sign led by balance and harmony, so you try to find equality in everything.
Luckily, you have a sixth sense for noticing these things. If the partner you’re with is all in, you’ll give yourself to the relationship.
If they are not as heated as you, you’ll turn back to where you came from.
Nevertheless, possessiveness is not your thing because it breaks the balance you’re used to having in your life.
You’d like to keep your independence in everyday life, so in your love life, too. You’re not the possessive type.
Moreover, you will encourage your partner to be as relaxed as possible because you want to keep that in a relationship.
You trust them and you expect them to do the same.
It’s not a hundred percent sure that you’ll be like this all the time.
You can have small fits of possessiveness, but those moments are rare and they don’t last that long. Yet again, no one’s perfect, right?
You are possessive, but you know how to handle it. When it comes to love relationships, you get easily attached to people.
Love is a natural thing to you and if you find love, you hang on to it. The catch is that you’ll notice if you’re coming off too strong.
If you see that you’re scaring your partner off with your possessiveness, you’ll back down and cool off a bit.
But if you had a choice of being possessive or not, you would definitely choose possessiveness.
You can act like you don’t care all you want, but love doesn’t work that way, does it?
When you fall in love, you can’t think about anything else except the person you’re in love with.
You want to know their every move, you want to be invested in them as much as possible. But you pretend you don’t care.
Here’s what actually happens in your head. You start overthinking and worrying.
You’re burning up inside, dying of curiosity about where your partner is going, who they’re hanging out with, and so on.
There are millions of questions running around in your head driving you crazy, but from the outside, you’re as cool as a spritzer.
You’d be the happiest person if you could treat your love partner like you treat work.
Everything you’ve worked hard for is something you’re possessive of.
And in a way, that makes sense, but when it comes to love, things don’t work that way and you know it.
Relationships are based on trust and loyalty, and you know that, but your spirit can’t leave you in peace.
Often, you can smother your partner because you’re scared they are going to leave you. This is called being possessive and you need to lay back a bit.
You’re sensitive and naturally overprotective, which doesn’t help you at all when it comes to not being possessive.
When you fall in love, you give your all and you kind of become overprotective of your partner and your relationship.
Even if you mean well, it seems like you’re doing the complete opposite.
You’re fighting with your possessiveness because you don’t want to treat people you love that way, but most of the time you fail.
If you fall in love with someone, that person should only see you and no one else.
That is your point of view, which makes you really possessive. It’s almost like you’re acting like you own that person as if they were an object.
All of their attention should be focused on you, and if it’s focused somewhere else, it drives you crazy, which automatically causes problems in your relationship.
No one likes to be chained down, even for love.
You adore control. Anything that happens to you in life, you have to be able to control. The same goes for your relationships.
This is not a trust issue because you can and do trust people, especially the ones you care about. This has everything to do with control instead.
You expect your partner to be invested in you as much as you are invested in them.
If for some reason, they are invested in something or someone else other than you, you can get easily possessive very quickly.
When you’re in a relationship, you want the whole world to know it.
Your possessiveness has nothing to do with jealousy because you trust the person you’re with.
It’s all about showing off your partner like they are a valuable prize you’ve won.
That’s a bad and disrespectful way to go, Leo.
Jealousy is not entirely excluded, because it rears its head from time to time, but possessiveness is one of your main characteristics and biggest problem creators in every one of your relationships.
All hail to the king of possessiveness! It takes forever for you to fall in love, so when you do, you’ll do absolutely everything to keep that person around.
Trust is a word you never use. You don’t trust others, let alone yourself.
Because you fear them betraying you, you feel like you’re entitled to have complete control over them.
By nature, you’re not the controlling type, but when it comes to love, you go absolutely crazy.