Control freak dating
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#6 You always assume a task or a chore will lead to failure without your involvement or advice. It helps you realize just how dependable you are, and just how much others need you.
Now the control freak exists within us all, and shows up now and then.
The controlling boyfriend who thinks he needs to take control of his girlfriend’s life, the mother who thinks she needs to micromanage her kids every second of every day because they may get into trouble, or the wife who thinks the husband can’t do anything right are all perfect examples of control freaks in real life.
[Read: 15 subtle but scary signs of a controlling boyfriend] A control freak is always bothered by how others do something, especially if others aren’t doing it the same way the control freak does.
The more helpful the control freak in you thinks you are, the more annoying you could get.
Or at other times, the people around you could also take advantage of your overbearing behavior to shirk their own responsibilities and dump it on you!