Please See my previous article, 7 signs someone is looking to steal your lover.
If your partner has never showed signs of wanting to leave you, then freaking out can be one way to put strain on a relationship where there wasn’t any before. Freaking out will only ensure that your partner will start to feel as if you don’t trust them, which can make them feel resentful.
COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR PARTNER
If you start acting nervous and jealous without letting them know why, they can get very confused. If you feel like someone is really trying to get in between you and your partner, the best thing to do is keep the line of communication between the two of you open.
ASSESS THE RELATIONSHIP
If the relationship is fairly new, it may be possible that someone else could come in just at the right time and try to form a stronger connection with your partner. However, if the relationship has been going on for quite some time, it may be less likely that your partner is noticing that someone else is interested in them.
STAND UP FOR YOURSELF
You don’t want to cause unnecessary drama by trying to start a fight, but establishing firm boundaries is the way to go. Talk to the other person and let them know that their behavior is making you uncomfortable, and you would prefer if they found their own relationship – two is enough for yours!
CALL THEIR BLUFF
If you feel secure in your relationship, telling them to “Go ahead and try!” might just be enough to get them to back off and bother someone else. If your relationship is strong and secure, then you won’t even have to worry about whether your partner will give them a second thought.
GIVE YOUR PARTNER ATTENTION AND AFFECTION
If your relationship is starting to dwindle, and you feel like your partner could potentially find happiness somewhere else, maybe it’s time to put the spark back in the romance. Increasing the amount of attention and affection you give your partner can be all they need to feel happy and satisfied in the relationship again.
LET THEM GO
This one is a tough pill to swallow – but in the end, someone can’t really steal your partner away from you, especially if there’s no partner to speak of. Letting them go if that time comes will be less painful for everyone involved, even if it may be extremely upsetting. But if the relationship is meant to last, then your partner will put in the same amount of effort that you do.