Is your part­ner dat­ing the cell­phone?

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - (With in­puts from re­la­tion­ship ex­pert Jai Madan and psy­cholo gist Go­rav Gupta) AB­HI­NAV VERMA

Do you of­ten won­der why your part­ner is al­ways oc­cu­pied on so­cial media, ig­nor­ing you all the time? Is he/ she al­ways busy tex­ting? Chances are that your part­ner is loos­ing in­ter­est in you, and that you need to move on. Here are some of the in­di­ca­tors that your bet­ter half is not be­ing fair to you.

1 Your part­ner finds your phone more at­trac­tive and pays it far more at­ten­tion than you. Con­sider this, you’re sit­ting next to your part­ner and he/she is just lost in their own thoughts, chuck­ling by them­selves, to­tally cut­ting you off. This should be enough of a warn­ing to you.

2 It’s late night and it is your time to un­wind to­gether, how­ever, your part­ner has other bril­liant plans such as re­ply­ing to each and ev­ery texts he/she re­ceives.

3 Look­ing to cud­dle with your part­ner? But he/she is busy post­ing stuff on so­cial media and en­gag­ing in con­ver­sa­tions. This is just another sign that it is time for you to move on.

4 You com­mit the car­di­nal sin of ask­ing your part­ner to share the phone be­cause you know that they are over-pos­ses­sive of it, and will freak out by the idea of shar­ing phones, as they have some­thing to hide.

5 When you have no idea why peo­ple are com­ment­ing on your Face­book wall and shar­ing in­side jokes, it is fair to as­sume that your part­ner doesn’t want you to clue into his/her per­sonal lives.

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