Seems like addiction- such similiar behavior- the excuses, apologies, rationals- and just like addiction they won't move until they truly want to

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Addiction to control and attention maybe?

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Don't even start me with that $#!t-

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Yes, it is, ive been thru it, its the love of power and controlling feeling. Like breathing, sleeping... etc

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Interesting question.<br />
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To try to make a partner jealous is to take away their personal strength which the jealous partner is lacking; it's a pitiful act and the person who sets out to do this is the insecure one.<br />
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It's the same insecure person who tries to hold back his/her partner if they should wish to leave; playing mind-games is a cheap-shot at trying to stop the person wishing to leave by any means possible. Often that means there is no 'good' reason, and so they bend words, tell lies in trying to make the person believe it is their fault. You can add to insecure and also put manipulative into the the person at this point.<br />
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~F~

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Game playing is not a sign of love, it's usually control or an inappropriate dependency. It's what someone does when they have no respect for other people (which is a good indicator of who a good, worthy mate is). <br />
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Love is being able to accept another person completely, without expectations and willing to let them have their freedom or space when needed. Love is so pure that it doesn't even need romance, social conventions or a marriage certificate to define it.

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its not that i agreed to play mind games...i was married with kids, he had my quit my job to stay home. But I did get out eventually.

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