Last Updated on July 28, 2020
Being in a relationship with a toxic partner who constantly blames you for everything is not easy. Most of the time, this indicates that you’re in an unhealthy relationship that needs to be fixed as soon as possible before things get really ugly.
But sometimes your partner could have a reason as to why they’re behaving in such a way.
However, does your relationship have to end because of it? Probably not.
We’re here to help you figure out why this happens and how you can fix these problems in the best way possible.
So, what should you do if your partner blames you all the time? Keep reading to get your answers!
1. Reflect on your flaws
There is nothing like looking in the mirror and asking yourself, “Am I responsible for this?” “Did I do something wrong?” And truly dig deep in your mind and try to find an answer for your partner’s behavior.
At the end of the day, it’s normal to mess up. We’re humans, we forget stuff, we don’t always have the best attitudes, and we say a lot of things we don’t mean.
This is why the first step to solve any relationship problems is to acknowledge what we did wrong in the past and present and apologize for it.
Maybe you forgot to wash the dishes last night, or maybe you haven’t been paying attention to your partner lately.
Apologize for your actions and be humble about it, if your partner truly loves you, they’ll eventually accept the apology and move on from it.
2. Know your limits
Continuing to be in a toxic relationship can get pretty self-damaging over time and leave you with some severe scars like self-doubt, low self-esteem, and so on.
If you notice that your partner blaming you has become a pattern, maybe you should pull the emergency brakes and get away from some time. You could be leaving for a couple of minutes, hours, or weeks.