Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Taylor Swift’s Ex Turned Her Into ‘Quasimodo,’ According to BFF Todrick HallCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity News: Taylor Swift’s Ex Turned Her Into ‘Quasimodo,’ According to BFF Todrick Hall

By Karley Kemble

Taylor Swift is infamous for being dramatic about her exes. If 2017 has shown us anything, it’s that Swift is tired of being defined by the media. From winning a defining court case as a victim of sexual assault, to releasing her sixth album, Swift’s past reputation is slowly, but surely being forgotten. In the latest celebrity news, one of Swift’s closest friend Todrick Hall has revealed some vulnerable details about her most recent celebrity ex, reports According to Hall, Swift would “hunch over” at the mere mention of her ex’s name – so he edited a photo of her to look like Quasimodo and told her, “You cannot turn into Quasimodo for this guy. Every time you say his name, you hunch over.” Though her most recent relationship ended with a break-up, Hall said that his bestie is happier than ever with her current beau, Joe Alwyn.

In celebrity news, even Taylor Swift fell victim to an unhealthy relationship. What are some ways to know you’re in an unhealthy relationship?

Cupid’s Advice:

Unhealthy relationships are emotionally draining, and it’s best to end them before things worsen. If you think you might be in an unhealthy relationship, read these tips from Cupid:

1. They’re too attached: Sure, it’s normal to be a little clingy to your partner, but there is a line that must be drawn. Make sure you are aware of the differences between healthy attachment and emotional manipulation. Phrases like “I’ll die if you ever break up with me” should never be taken lightly. Emotional manipulation is never, ever okay.

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2. They constantly blame you: If your partner finds a way to spin every argument or disagreement you have and makes you feel like the bad guy, that is a telling sign of an unhealthy relationship. You are entitled to your feelings and opinions, and your partner should never invalidate you for being too sensitive or for overreacting. Beware of this if it arises.

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3. You’re changing for the wrong reasons: You and your partner should bring out the best in each other. Any changes you make in your life should always be because you want to – not because you think it’s what your partner would want for you. It’s cliché, but staying true to your core values is important, and you should never lose sight of that!

Have you or somebody close to you been in an unhealthy relationship? How did it end?