The purpose of this video is to have something your significant other can watch so they can better understand you.
#2: Second, this is for those who are dating entrepreneurs.
In aggressive relationships, bias occurs not only in forecasting future happiness, but also in misreading how badly one feels now.
Dating an entrepreneur can be either the most exhilarating thing in your life or it can drive you absolutely insane if you don’t know how entrepreneurs are wired.
If up to this point you’ve only dated people in traditional 9 to 5 jobs, you may be at a loss when it comes to the mindset and habits of your new love.
Perhaps you wonder if they even have mental problems!
"The take-home message is that if you have any sense the relationship is not going well, attend to those feelings, especially before marrying when things get very complicated.
When there is a lot of aggression, especially controlling behavior, the problem often gets worse.
The data revealed a partner aggression-unhappiness link and evidence of misforecasting future happiness: Committed individuals overestimated their unhappiness after a breakup because they expected worse things from a breakup than actually materialized, and people who experienced higher partner aggression overestimated their unhappiness because they became more happy without the partner than they had expected.
Forecasting unhappiness after a breakup predicted staying in an aggressive relationship.
This study looked at people who are dating, which means there is no formal or financial bond, but yet these individuals were still committed to relationships that were hurtful to them." In this study, 171 young people, average age 19, were surveyed every two weeks for about three months.
More than 80 percent of the participants were women, and they all were in an abusive dating relationship.
Individuals (n = 171) who reported aggression by their current partner completed a longitudinal study.