Exhausted from dating
Rather, it's all about how you feel about the needs of your boo. If you are constantly hitting your breaking point, you're being emotionally drained."A sure sign that your partner is draining you emotionally is a feeling of fatigue that washes over you whenever you get into a conversation with them," dating expert Noah Van Hochman tells Bustle."This may start as a tired feeling and then progress into quick-tempered annoyance at things that you would previously never have thought twice about." In other words, you may just feel tired out at first, but, slowly but surely, little things will start bothering you."Have you ever argued with someone and they end it abruptly by just saying the word 'whatever' and walking away? If so, you may be dealing with someone who is very emotionally draining."If you feel like sharing your own feelings or relying on your partner emotionally will rock the boat, chances are you feel emotionally drained," life coach Kali Rogers tells Bustle.What was once fun and exhilarating has become exhausting, frustrating, and overwhelming,” Esther Boykin, licensed love and relationship therapist, tells Bustle.“Over the course of normal dating, people will experience moments of frustration or exhaustion but when those feelings become the primary response to even the idea of a date, burnout has definitely set in.”When you think about opening up a dating app and your heart races and your stomach turns — and not in the falling in love way but the, I had too much wine way — it’s time to take a break from dating.
"If you feel like relying on them in the slightest bit will cause an implosion, it's best to reevaluate the stability of your relationship," she says.
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From feeling as though your boo is siphoning off all of your free energy to noticing that you're spending way too much time ruminating on what one expert calls "intrusive thoughts," there are some surefire signs of emotional drain via relationship.
Check Out: Emotional Vampires: Dealing With People Who Drain You Dry , , Amazon"Your partner might be draining you emotionally when you spend an unhealthy amount of time focused on intrusive thoughts," psychologist Nikki Martinez tells Bustle.