Top 10 signs your old relationships are affecting your current one  

All the evils in your life and relationship stem from insecurity. If you had a terrible past, you'll lose trust in others rapidly. Your former relationship trauma will affect your new one.

Rebuilding love after emotional injury makes you overprotective. Betrayed people naturally take their time to be open and free with their present companions.

Always comparing your relationship to prior lovers is rude. You either overestimate your prior lover and make your partner feel insignificant or you believe your relationship will hurt you like your past lover.

To be healthy and strong, partners must trust and not keep secrets. If you hide or don't talk about key former relationships, it may undermine your current relationship.

After a bad relationship, commitment will be difficult. But remember that the past is behind you and shouldn't affect the future.

Even around your loved one, you feel unhappy and lacking something. Your anxiety from the prior catastrophe may be the cause. 

If others are talking about them, that's fine—you can't control what others say. Bringing up your ex in conversation may be concerning. You may be hurting your relationship more than ever.

Thoughts of previous tragedy and sorrow keep you from the present. Some feel like they're living in the past and don't appreciate their connection.

Despite being in another relationship, your personality changed after a failed one. You don't expect your partner to grasp everything without sharing anything. This hinders relationship longevity.

Social media stalking and knowing a lot about your ex would anger your present partner. No one wants a spouse who isn't committed and always thinking about their ex.

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