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Gothic names are a thing. They’re everywhere, and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. But what if you don’t want to be part of the dark side? What if your love for all things Gothic is killing your relationship with other people? If that sounds like you, then read on!
In this blog post we’ll discuss 15 signs that you might have a toxic relationship with gothic names.
- You get angry when someone mispronounces your name.
- You’re always trying to explain the meaning behind them and why it’s not just “vampire stuff”.
- Your boss doesn’t appreciate being called by his first name, even if he tells you that he is a vampire.
- These are all signs that you might have an unhealthy relationship with gothic names! Luckily for you, there are plenty of other ways to show off your love for dark things without turning into one yourself. So what are you waiting for? Get out their now before it’s too late!
- You feel that your partner is superior to you and only with them can you be happy
- Your mood changes when they are not around. When they do come back, you’re all smiles again.
- They always accuse you of cheating even though there’s no evidence for it what so ever
- They know everything about what makes other people successful but never apply the same lessons to themselves or their relationship with others
You’ve been feeling less confident lately because whenever things don’t go as planned, they blame yourself instead of willing to work together on making adjustments in order to reach goals even if those adjustments will benefit both parties involved. The more time spent together, the worse it gets because this person doesn’t respect your boundaries
They feel like they have every right to be upset with you when most people would say that their behavior isn’t justified at all. It doesn’t matter how much love or money you give them; nothing ever feels good enough for them. And if you don’t manage expectations from the beginning of the relationship, then it’s already too late! This person has set up false standards for what makes someone acceptable as an intimate partner and won’t listen when other perspectives are offered.especially yours. They’ll twist your words, play the victim, and use guilt to control your behavior.
You never get told “thank you” or “I love you.” It feels as though nothing is ever good enough in their eyes no matter how hard (or expensive) it may be!
This person makes an appearance at every one of your social events while simultaneously complaining about not having any friends.
Their moods are volatile, and they’re unable to control the emotions that come up. One day they’ll tell you how much they love you, but then suddenly out of nowhere they will be mad at every little thing or even worse yet: completely ignore your existence for days on end! This person is toxic because nothing ever feels right in their presence . You never know what’s going to set them off next.
Some people believe that the Gothic subculture is all about death and misery.
Toxic relationships with gothic names are unhealthy because they can become obsessive or cause you to feel isolated from others who don’t share your interests.
You may have a toxic relationship with Gothicism if you’re constantly thinking of morbid themes, which lead to never being able to enjoy anything else in life; using dark clothes as an excuse for not maintaining hygiene standards like bathing more than once per week; or trying new ways to make yourself look even more “Goth” every day so it feels impossible just living normally without feeling guilty about it later on.
If you find yourself unable to function well in day-to-day life because of your relationship with gothic names, then it’s likely that you’re in a toxic situation.
It could be time to consider finding other ways to express yourself if you notice that your Gothic obsession is preventing you from living the way you want or making friends outside the subculture.
Avoiding any form of personal responsibility by blaming others for problems and never taking up an opportunity when it presents itself are also signs of toxicity when dealing with Gothicism.” -Bianca Sparacino (2012) “The New York Times” [Online] Available at: 15 Signs You Have A Toxic Relationship With Gothic Names The Huffington Post | By Bianca Sparacino on Mon, Jan 30 2012
As a human being you should not have to feel uncomfortable in your own skin.
You can only be Goth if you are comfortable with the Gothic name that was given to you at birth and embrace it as part of who you are.” -Bianca Sparacino (2012)
It’s hard for anyone living outside the goth subculture to understand or relate when they see someone dressed up like an 80s vampire slayer every day.