No, it is mistrust born of insecurity. It is inherently poisonous for the relationship.
whatever it is...it is not healthy...especially overpossessiveness.
Evil controls others, good controls the self. Possessive is always evil and it ends poorly. Good luck.
I guess to a degree it is healthy and fine. Over possessive behavor could be hazardous to your health depending on the type of person your dealing with.
And get away from it if you are in a relationship with someone is possessive of you.
Soon they will become controlling of who you talk to, see, do. They will become abusive physically as well as mentally.
I am SO glad to read that it's over ! Now, for the future pay attention to those red flags when getting close to another . Do yourself that favor because I can tell you, being battered physically alone catches up to you in your later years. I have seizure disorders from being hit and stomped in the head so much.
too much of anything is bad
possessiveness stems from lack of confidence or a feeling of abandonment. the more possessive the less the partner feels free and can hurt a relationship. there are simple ways to avoid possessive behavior and offset the feelings of loneliness and low self esteem. start by talking someone about feelings of possessiveness who will listen, not judge you (friend, social worker..) and help you overcome. good luck!
No, its outcome of insecurity and low self-esteem. Not your fault and you shouldn't tolerate it.
Has nothing to do with true love whatsoever
its not. that's made up by those who are possessive themselves.
Perhaps you encourage it by distancing or threatening.
possessiveness? is good but upto a extent. when it cross the limit it get worst. when a person have insecurity and low confidence level about his relationship also if his partner is beautyful and attracts lot of people the fear of loosing the partner widen up and so possessiveness. it is not his fault. if you love him try to convince him. tail him because his possessiveness how u suffer. might it work.
possessiveness isn't love. it's a condition disorder