PT | 147 Leave the switch alone Radio Apprentice
What happening when you keep flipping the human switch? Chances are you are going to ruin and you know that.
Going off and on, on people is a term that refers to the behavior of being inconsistent or unpredictable in one’s communication or commitment to others. It can cause confusion, frustration, and resentment for both parties involved, as well as damage the trust and intimacy in the relationship. Some possible reasons why someone might go off and on, on people are:
– They have conflicting feelings or needs that make them unsure of what they want.
– They are afraid of rejection, abandonment, or intimacy, and use distancing as a coping mechanism.
– They are dealing with personal issues or stressors that affect their mood and availability.
– They are interested in multiple people and want to keep their options open.
– They are manipulative or abusive and want to control the other person’s emotions.
Whatever the reason, going off and on, on people is not a healthy or respectful way of relating to others. It can have negative consequences for one’s mental health, self-esteem, and social skills. If you are going off and on, on someone, you should reflect on your motives and feelings, and communicate them honestly and respectfully to the other person. If you are being subjected to this behavior, you should set clear boundaries and expectations, and decide whether you want to continue the relationship or not.