The histrionic relationship cycle is a biological phenomenon where our brain and body develop a complex web of behavioral patterns that can be traced back to an initial experience of trauma. The cycle is a part of how our brains and bodies respond to trauma. It doesn’t matter if you’re a parent, child, or even a teenager. You are not immune to the histrionic relationship cycle, even if you haven’t experienced trauma.
This is why the term “broken” can be thrown around so easily in our society. Youve probably heard the term “emotional” thrown around as well, but I don’t think it’s an accurate description of the way we’re all wired.
The histrionic relationship cycle is a cycle of feelings that our body has with itself. The feelings of fear, anger, and sadness all stem from the same starting point. When the body is in trauma, its not dealing with anything in its usual state. Something bad happens and it starts to try and fix itself using whatever coping mechanisms it has to bring itself back to the normal state. It begins to feel the emotions that are the same feelings the body is in.
If you’re like me, then you get a lot of these feelings. Some people get them so often, that they stop feeling them altogether. Like an old man walking up to a young girl and saying, “You’re gonna be so scared when I get back. I’m gonna kill you.” Or a young guy who’s been with all of our friends for years and starts to act like a jerk on the streets and now everyone thinks he’s a jerk but him.
Some people can get so used to these emotions that they never have to experience them again. But others are more sensitive to these emotions and can’t handle them. In the case of some people, it can be really difficult to get the feeling back. A good example is my friends’ teenage son who’s been in a serious relationship with his girlfriend for about a year now. He’s a very sensitive and emotional guy.
In his latest “relationship” cycle, one of the girls had a series of really bad things happen to her that have caused her to become a histrionic. Even more bad things happened to her boyfriend. She became a histrionic and started to act like a jerk on the streets. She even got into a few fights with people. This situation was just too much for her and she ended up breaking up with her boyfriend.
There are several possible explanations for histrionic people. Many of the histrionic people we come across are actually people who have gone into a relationship with their partner and just haven’t figured out how to separate their relationship from their friendship. They’re usually so caught up in the other’s personality that they don’t realize the relationship is over until their partner disappears. At that point, they just become histrionic.
Histrionic people are a bit of an oddity in our society, because it’s not a popular thing to do, especially in a relationship. But it makes perfect sense when you think about it. The act of breaking up with a histrionic person is probably the most painful thing you can do to someone. They have to go through the most difficult emotional and psychological trials imaginable, and their partner should be the one paying for them.
I’ve seen it happen quite a few times now, but it’s always the person who has to pay for it. That’s just the way it works. If you have a histrionic partner, you get to do all the emotional and psychological trials for them, and you have to pay for it all. It’s a very emotionally-charged situation, so it’s not an easy decision to make.
Histrionics is a serious thing. When someone has the histrionic-ness to their partner, they are usually in a very unhealthy place mentally. They are usually very jealous and possessive and manipulative. I’m not saying that is exactly what a “normal” partner would do, but it’s not uncommon. Its not a nice situation so people are often extremely jealous and possessive when they are with someone.