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In the real world, personal growth takes a lot of work and time.
When it comes to relationships, Taylor seems to go from 0 to 60 overnight. ’” What Taylor, and most girls out there, needs to realize is that a healthy relationship is one that begins with mutual interest that grows over time.
You don’t look before you leap, which is like, ‘Yay, this is awesome! Unhealthy relationships are marked by high levels of infatuation and oftentimes, obsession.
The tell-tale sign that the relationship is sprouted from unhealthy soil is if you experience these intense feelings before even getting to know the other person in a real way, and of course, justifying the way you feel by deeming it “love at first sight.” To avoid being blindsided, or getting in over your head, it’s essential to go slow at the beginning of a relationship.
In a recent interview with Parade magazine she confessed: “I think every girl’s dream is to find a bad boy at the right time, when he wants to not be bad anymore.” I think we can call commiserate with her on this one.
In theory, we’d all like a “nice, caring, sweet” guy who treats us like gold.
Neediness is a death sentence for any relationship.
It can manifest for all sorts of reasons but most often it occurs because the girl has some internal void that she believes can only be filled by a man.
Taylor seems to always be dating someone, leaving little breathing room as she goes from one guy to the next.
Instead, she latches on the second a guy shows any interest.
From what I’ve read, Taylor tends to get a bit overzealous when a new relationship starts to bloom.
If Taylor Swift keeps going on the same track in the love department, she may want to consider naming her next album: “Maybe It’s Me.” Seriously, girlfriend is gorgeous, rich, talented, sweet, and yet she can’t–for the life of her—seem to hang onto a man for more than a few months. I do know people who have met and interviewed her though and by all accounts, she’s an incredibly kind and genuine person, which is not something you find too often in Hollywood.