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Are you the Party Pooper in your Relationship

Updated on April 6, 2017
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Party Poopers!

Who is the party Pooper in your Relationship?

Can your relationship survive a party pooper?

Are you the party pooper in your relationship?

A party pooper spoils the fun for other people.

You can be married to a party pooper or are friends with a party pooper

Individuals want to be liked and to be part of a group, and want to feel welcomed into a new neighborhood.

Being with friends adds more spice to your new beginning in the different neighborhood.

People are not the same everywhere, and not everyone will like you, and you can't be friends with every one.

I had my moments with people. Every time I tried to make a conversation I felt no one paid attention to my voice.

It wasn't as I felt because being shy as I was made me feel that way.

Making friends wasn't easy. When you shy you want to avoid public places and crowds.

I didn't know how to go up to someone and add to a simple conversation. It was my worst moment to start up a conversation with other people.

You are better off without some people, such as party poopers.

Over the years, I grew and changed a lot and not shy to talk to people. I can enjoy the company of people, and love to meet new people.

I am no longer a party pooper but know of party poopers.

People who attend parties and kill the joy of the party. They would rather sit in a corner and ignore the rest of the crowd.

The party pooper leaves the part early and has tendency of spoiling the moment.

It is annoying when you are chatting to someone and they refuse to listen to your conversations instead focus on what they have to say.

These people have attitude issues.

Party poopers don't like to attend parties and are better left alone.

The problem with party poopers they don't care about what you have to say and make you feel doubtful.

Don't feel bad about yourself there is nothing wrong with you. The party pooper is making you feel doubtful.

If you hang out with a party pooper you will feel down about yourself.

Party poopers don't make you feel good about yourself.

There is no true friendship between you and the party pooper.

Party poopers make you think they are happy for you with their fake smiles. Deep down they are happier by the misery of other people.

Anything good mentioned to the party pooper is useless in conversation.

What is on the Party Pooper's mind?

Party Poopers are jealous and don't like to hear about your success.

They are jealous and ruthless and your good news is not in favor for the party pooper.

Party poopers like to make people feel bad about them and use criticism to make their so called friends get upset.

You don't want to feel left out and act as the party pooper to be accepted in that group. The idea to make the party pooper like you is to behave like the party pooper.

It isn't who you truly are but you want to fit in so you act as the party pooper.

Acting like the party pooper doesn't make you feel any better.

Their behavior makes you feel lonely and awful.

Do what makes you happy.

Don't be what you are not!

I am fun to be with and enjoy good company.

Time is meant to be enjoyed with good people.

I don't want to waste my time and energy on a dull and boring person.

Talk to the party pooper and let them know how you feel about their attitude.

The party pooper in a relationship can make everything feel boring a waste of time.

You love to get together, have a party, and share conversations with good friends. Unfortunately, your partner doesn't feel that way.

· How can you get together with friends when you have a party pooper as your partner?

It is great to finally have that party or dinner with the important people in your life, but your partner hates it.

You are invited to a party, or you are having the party, either way it can be frustrating.

If you are invited to a party you have to make an excuse to leave early, and if you are the host to this party you need to pull to together without the party pooper spoiling it for you.

Your anti-social partner attends the party with dread. They don't want to be at the party, but will drag themselves along to make you happy.

· Sometimes you and your partner are unsuitably matched.

The relationship is good in other ways, and not socially.

You make excuses for your partner not attending dinner parties, Christmas parties, or birthday A difficult way to get pass those special days.

One partner in a relationship enjoys reading and staying home. While the other partner prefers to go out to meet people and get together for a drink later in the evening.

You enjoy meeting people and thrive on it. New people in the room and you in the middle of the crowd entertaining yourself with conversations and drinks.

You partner feels better to be alone and unsociable.

· No two people are the same.

· For example:

She enjoys her time with friends and he stays home reading a book undisturbed.

The woman goes out with friends and has developed her own lifestyle.

Together they go to cinemas and concerts and enjoy their time at home as man and wife. They share a lovely time together playing board games.

· Problems with a party pooper partner:

The party pooper partner tends to feel dumbstruck while the other enjoys themselves at a party, or other functions.

The constant arguments over who is going and who is not going to attend the function are frustrating, and annoying in a relationship.

Married or not the relationship feels alone and unhappy.

· One partner enjoys socializing while the other hates it.

Work parties are not possible to attend for a party pooper.

At times couples just have to put up with work colleagues and other friendships.

Your partner is a party pooper and won't get out of the house to enjoy a special moment with you.

· I can't imagine how that must feel!

Relationships don't always last in this way.

She was married for twenty two years to a party pooper. Until one day she felt it was time to get that divorce. After leaving her husband she has a new life with good friends and enjoys laughter with people who care and lover her.

The many outings spent alone made her feel unhappy.

It is tiresome to bend over backwards to make the effort to go out to enjoy yourself with other people, and your party pooper partner doesn't feel the need to go anywhere.

· You can't change your partner but you can change the way you think.

If you love your partner and can enjoy yourselves in different ways. You don't have to be together to have a good time.

Going out is nice, but you have to respect the wishes of others. Crowds are not for everyone. Parties or dinners are also not places for everyone.

Your quiet time together is more valuable than to be in a noisy public place. There is so much to consider in relationships, including the party pooper.

You shouldn't always see the negative in your relationship with a party pooper.

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      Devika Primić 13 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      shprd74 Thank you very uch for sharing your view on this interesting topic. Party poopers are just that. I appreciate you stoppling by

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      Hari Prasad S 13 months ago from Bangalore

      Nice hub. Got to understand and now a name for these kind of people. I was a shy person but now enjoy parties. With maturity and with a known group one can have great time always.

      - hari

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      Devika Primić 17 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      emge thank you

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      Devika Primić 17 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      always exploring I appreciate you stopping by thank you very much.

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      Devika Primić 17 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Hi MsDora thank you fro sharing your views at my hubs. I appreciate you stopping by. Have a lovely weekend.

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      Devika Primić 17 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      FlourishAbway thank you and so true of that

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      Devika Primić 17 months ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      billybuc, Both partners are not always the same thank you for sharing that.

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      Bill Holland 17 months ago from Olympia, WA

      Neither Bev nor I really enjoy socializing that much. We stay at home a lot because, well, we love our home. Bev is more outgoing than I am, for sure. I am an introvert and always have been, and it is hard for me to have social chats with people in a group setting. I guess I'm the party pooper. :) I can live with that.

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      FlourishAnyway 17 months ago from USA

      Your description of party poopers made me think of both bullies and shy people, oddly. One intends harm and the other does not.

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 17 months ago from The Caribbean

      I can think of a few other terms to describe what you call a party pooper. "You are better off without some people." You said it!

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 17 months ago from Southern Illinois

      Being a party pooper is not cool and most likely no return invitation. Interesting...

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      Madan 17 months ago from Abu Dhabi

      As usual Devika this is a lovely post. However I don't much like partys.