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The last known girlfriend that the Argentine had was the model, Camila Recabarren. After that relationship, no formal partner was known to.

But why do we tend to romanticize toxic relationships??

Pinterest Photo: Getty Images. I’m no stranger to this feeling. I have a personal history full of romance in a relationship that was just toxic. I met Henry my freshman year of college and we dated casually for two years.

Henry was handsome, career focused, good in bed, and everything she wanted in a man. But he did not want a formal relationship and used me, knowing that my love would never be reciprocal. One night he didn’t come home. Then I found out that he had reunited with his ex and had paid for a hotel room to be together. In the summer of , we stopped talking. But as our time ticked away in the rearview mirror, I couldn’t stop thinking about him.

And I didn’t remember the pain it had caused me. Or when he would grab me and kiss me before I left his apartment in the mornings. Also when he let me wear his sweater on the way home. Conveniently, I was forgetting the negative aspects of the relationship and focusing on a romanticized version of what we lived through.

Photo: Getty Images Dr. Sarah Davies, psychologist and therapist, also author of the book Never Again — Moving On from Narcissistic Abuse and Other Toxic Relationships, explains that toxic relationships begin with a period of great romance, gifts and nice words, as well like gestures full of love. It is very exciting and intoxicating that feeling. Many of us grew up idealizing toxic relationships on TV.

Think of Blair’s Chuck on Gossip Girl, with his ups and downs. Dating and relationship expert Sarah Louise Ryan explains this problem in depth. We’ve gotten so used to seeing so many unhealthy relationships on screen that we may think of them as normal, even aspirational.

And no on-screen couple’s relationship exemplifies this better than Carrie Bradshaw and Mr. Big in Sex and the City. Carrie is an independent and sexually free woman, but when Big enters the formula she becomes a cliché, seeking approval from a man who seems emotionless and who sees her as disposable.

She is often difficult to locate and does not always treat her with the respect she deserves. Despite this, many fans of the series see each other and dream of having a Mr. Big, I include myself in that. It’s embarrassing to admit what a huge role SATC played in our lives and how I even filtered the way I view my relationships.

No matter what happened, I was always optimistic, even when after him, after two years, he told me that he didn’t want to be in a formal relationship; to end up doing it, but with someone else. And it is that just as Mr. Big with Natasha in the second season, I thought that surely this boy would reconsider and come back to me.

Throughout all the seasons, Carrie was always in balance until Mr. Big did his thing. Both Carrie and Blair managed to marry their men. According to one of the scripts for the series, which was apparently leaked, the series planned to put Carrie and Mr. Big in the middle of a terrible divorce. Looking back on my relationship with Henry, deep down I always knew it wasn’t a healthy relationship. Article originally published in Vogue UK, vogue.