Spend time with people!

Hang out with your younger siblings, your family and your friends during your study leave. It’s important to make time for the people in your life, and they can help take your mind off the stress of exams. Why not go see a funny film to release some laughter and boost your mood? Remember your Young Scot card for money off! More Information Here!!

Do the things you love

If you have hobbies, don’t give them up when you’re studying! If you do athletics, or football or swim – don’t drop it all because it’s your exam leave. It’s really important to take breaks, and it’s great to have some down time to do something you love! And it’s the same if you love painting, playing video games, or baking. Study leave isn’t about all study, no play (but it’s important to have balance and not to do too much of one or the other) More Information Here!!

They don’t talk through issues

An unwillingness to talk about problems in the relationship is a tell-tale sign of a toxic relationship.

Erika Ettin, a dating coach who founded the dating site A Little Nudge, told The Independent:

All couples have disagreements. That’s perfectly normal and healthy. But it’s how you handle those disagreements that can really make or break things.

Does your partner walk away? Shut down? Place all the blame on you? Throw a tantrum? These are all red flags.

In a good relationship, a couple can and will talk through issues, listening to the other person’s point of view and expressing his or her own. No one needs to win or lose. It’s about expressing how something makes you feel and being heard. Communication is key. More Information Here!!

Your #partner blames you for their own emotions

​Yeah, if you call them a name and it hurts them, you’ve got to take responsibility.

But if you partner is having a bad day and blame your for not doing anything about it, your partner should learn to communicate with you instead of lashing out.

Your partner expect your entire life to revolve around your emotional wellbeing. More Information Here!!

You can’t seem to do anything right

Constant criticism is never a good sign – and if you feel it’s more than just innocent teasing, it probably is.

Bonoir told Health.com:
Some people will defend their partner, and say: “It’s all in good fun, that’s just how we treat each other.’

But if they’re making fun of you over and over again, you’re not going to feel valued or accepted for who you really are.

Likewise, if they are highly critical of their past partners, this is a definite red flag. Elinor Greenberg, a psychologist, told The Independent:

When people describe all of their exes as terrible people and put all the blame on them for the relationship’s failure, this is a red flag for me.

It practically shouts: ‘I cannot take any responsibility for whatever went wrong. I have not learned anything from these relationships. It is totally up to you to make our relationship work.’ More Information Here!!

You communicate with each other passive aggressively

Instead of stating a thought overtly, your partner tries to nudge you into doing something.

This suggests that you don’t feel comfortable with one another, and are scared of judgement or criticism.

It’s much healthier to state your fears and desires, however intimate, openly.

Telling your partner ‘I’m fine’ when your clearly not is a not a fine way to communicate. More Information Here!!

Your #partner wants you all to themselves

Possessive partners are often overly jealous and controlling, stripping away your independence and trying to control who you spend your time with.

It often originates from feelings of insecurity. But over time, you should be able to trust each other. More Information Here!!

You both keep score

You were rude at their mum’s birthday party back in 2008 – and you’ll never forget about it because they won’t stop reminding you.

People who keep a moral scorecard in relationships use past wrongdoings to justify current immoral behaviour, encouraging endless guilt and blaming each other, rather than fixing existing problems. More Information Here!!

You’re always walking on eggshells

One of the first signs of a toxic relationship is when one partner is very controlling, Andrea Bonior, PhD, author of The Friendship Fix, told Health.com. She explained:

This doesn’t always mean physically threatening or violent.

If you are feeling frightened to share your opinions because your partner might lash out, this is a huge red flag. More Information Here!!

(Rollbacks 13 October 2020!!) And with one eye on the Christmas market, the star was offering fans 30% on selected designs – including her latest.

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PUBLISHED: 10:38 EDT, 13 October 2020
UPDATED: 18:11 EDT, 13 October 2020
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Recent figures for her swimwear firm, run with ex-husband Arun Nayar, show that it cut its losses from £135,528 in 2018 to £15,847 by the end of 2019.

In February the star insisted she’s too old to wear bikinis in public, saying: ‘I wouldn’t walk round a public beach in a bikini any more.

‘I’m much too old. But, privately, of course.’