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10 Signs Your Girlfriend is 'Crazy'

10 Signs Your Girlfriend is 'Crazy'

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Does your girlfriend act a little crazy sometimes? A little crazy can be fun and keep things exciting, that is, depending on your idea of crazy. If your girlfriend is somewhat goofy, slightly eccentric, or mildly OCD, these traits may be viewed as endearing and more often than not overlooked, especially when in love. But where do you draw the line? When her behavior begins to affect either of your lives (or your friends and families lives) in a negative manner it's time to take a step back and reevaluate whether or not it is a good idea to continue the relationship.

It is vitally important to note that the term "crazy" is used colloquially for the purpose of this article to describe a partner who is acting in an unhealthy manner with regards to your relationship, who perhaps scares you or is a potential threat to your physical or mental well-being.  There is no medical or psychoanalytical basis here to actually diagnose someone as mentally ill; simply heed the following 10 signs when deciding whether her actions are jeopardizing your relationship or creating an unhealthy environment for either of you.

1.    Calls/Texts Constantly

When she calls or texts you, it should most acceptably be proportionate to your own efforts in contacting her.  In any new relationship, it can be exciting and fun to be in frequent contact with one another since you are still getting to know each other.  It becomes a problem when missing a call or text leads to multiple missed calls, ill-tempered voicemails, and multiple text messages, within an unreasonably short period of time, demanding to know where you are and why you are not answering, etc.  When you do finally get a chance to return her messages, she may become outwardly hostile towards you or accuse you of ignoring or deceiving her.  This may be due to an underlying personal insecurity -- perhaps due to past experience with an untrustworthy ex or even instability-- but it is no excuse for this type of obsessive, immature and erratic behavior, especially if you have done nothing to compromise your trustworthiness.

2.    Extreme Mood Swings

You admire her for her zest for life and her radiating positivity, but suddenly she is a tearful mess or losing her patience and screaming over obviously trivial matters. Fluctuations in hormones, such as estrogen, do make some women more prone to mood-swings but if it becomes a problem where she is constantly shifting gears from one extreme to the next or you constantly feel as if you are walking on eggshells out of uncertainty due to her complete unpredictability, you can assure yourself that you are not a healthy relationship and it would be in your best interest to remove yourself from that environment.

3.    Public Confrontation

Let's be honest, nobody enjoys a scene.  If you are out in public and she starts yelling at you, aggressively instigating an argument, crying out of control, or physically/verbally insulting you, this is completely unacceptable behavior (in private too, actually!). Mature, healthy relationships require patience and respect.  If she embarrasses herself and you in this way, it is likely time you both parted ways.

4.    Past Relationship Stories

When starting a new relationship, it's practically inevitable that the topic of past relationships will come up.  Be sure to listen carefully to what she has to say about hers.  Were any or all of her exes abusive toward her (or vice versa), themselves (substance abuse), or all too eager to find another partner?  These examples from her past could be strong indicators of her inability to function in a/as part of a healthy relationship. People can learn from past mistakes and grow, but it doesn't always work out that way as many are downright resistant to change. Tread carefully.  

5.    Lying

Sometimes we lie to avoid hurting feelings or to maintain good rapport but even these "good-hearted" lies, albeit understandable, should never be viewed as acceptable.  If you catch her constantly lying to you about everything, even something as simple as certain plans with her friends or perhaps she frequently tells lies to everyone else in her life; how can you trust her at all?

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Have you ever 'cheated' on your girlfriend/wife?

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Yes, but I regret it
No, but I have considered it
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