But it was brief enough for me to think: did I imagine him? The man I fell in love with wasn’t to blame for the abuse I suffered, that darker side wasn’t the ‘real him’. If only I could prove to him I was worthy of him, then that would be all he needed to nourish the good side and banish his bad side forever. The loving, romantic side was more a mask he’d learnt to wear to hide that fact. They know exactly what to say to reel you back in, especially after they’ve hurt you. And can even express their own shock or anger over Mr Hyde’s abhorrent behaviour. Anything but take responsibility for Hyde’s actions. Forever hoping for that ‘good side’ to return and stay for good.
So, you try everything you can not to provoke an appearance. And you’ll be blamed for any abuse he (or she) dishes out. Especially as you start to see more and more of your partner’s darker side. We are desperate to get the wonderful Dr Jekyll back.
And speaking of close, here’s the two of them snuggling at the British music festival yesterday: Anwar was previously linked to Gigi and Bella’s other close friend Kendall Jenner last year (you may recall those matching hickeys?
), but Kendall went on to date—and break up with—NBA player Ben Simmons.
So it took me a while to realize it was never getting better”, she rues indicating that a psychopath’s true personality only shows a little ways down the road. ” says Siya talking about the social pressures that compel her to stay in a mentally draining partnership.
Adarsh Goel sheepishly admits that he first thought Geetika was just ‘PMS’ing when she had crazy mood swings.
I always say: ‘Watch not what they say but what they do’. But forget about this ‘side’ or that ‘side’ of them. As I’ve said in an earlier post, love is a verb not a noun.
Okay y’all, I’m pretty sure that we have a new couple on our hands, so please allow me to introduce our latest celeb pairing: Dua Lipa and Anwar Hadid.
The pop star and the model were seen getting v cozy at the British Summer Time music festival in Hyde Park, London, yesterday afternoon, holding each other and dancing around to the music.
The wonderful Dr Jekyll to the darker Mr Hyde, if you like. When we first met he love-bombed me with full-on attention. He promised marriage, babies and a long, happy life together. It must have been what my insecurities wanted to hear. Especially when Dr Jekyll offered profuse apologies for him. Then bam, there’s a sudden switch to this moody, darker side. From then on it becomes a cycle of seeing one, then the other. But you never know which one you’ll get on any given hour or day. You walk on eggshells, never knowing what will lead to Mr Hyde coming out. It becomes like an addiction, a craving for that initial high again.
Someone to love me, care for me and grow old with me. I let go and allowed myself to be vulnerable with him. And brief enough for me to minimise the unacceptable behaviour I’d just witnessed. The romantic, wonderful person hooks and reels you in. We do everything we can to appease Hyde to let Dr Jekyll give us some special time. The man I fell in love with and the damaged man that revealed himself later. But if I’d seen him as I see him now, things might have been different.