Psychologists claim that there are specific behavioral patterns that signify your relationships have reached a deadlock or they haven’t been serious from the very beginning. Apart from that, scientists name specific words or language constructions that can ruin any relationships, or they can signal that your partner doesn’t love you anymore.
smartzune.com made a list of such words and sentences that a person in love will never say to his/her soul mate.
7. “I don’t have to explain myself to you!”
Tara first appears in the second episode of season 7, “Won’t Get Fueled Again”, as the replacement for murdered coroner Shannon Higgins (the original replacement for the departed Alexx Woods, who appears only in the season 6 finale). Tara’s first job is to examine the body of a burned man on a beach. Eric Delko later meets her in the lab and forms an instant attraction to her.
She became part of the main opening cast credits in the season 7 episode “Bombshell” (705).
In the episode “Cheating Death” (707), Delko and Ryan Wolfe switch out the body of a victim for a fake dummy, and attach it to a wire. When Tara Price walks in, Eric lifts the body up through a remote in the observation deck. Tara, not seeing Eric, thinks the body is moving on its own and screams, frightened. She yells at Eric when he reveals the prank, and later snaps at Ryan when she takes their crime scene photos to recreate the body’s original position to determine the weapon used. Calleigh Duquesne helps Price recreate the body position, and reassures her that it’s not personal, that they just like to play a prank on the new person at work. She tells Price that when Wolfe was new, she and Delko sent him to his first autopsy, only to find a severed head.
Of course, our partners should not be interrogated and they don’t have to explain every single step they take, but it’s normal to say how the day has passed or share a problem in mind. These are just regular human needs. If he/she doesn’t want to do it, then he/she probably doesn’t care what you think.In “Divorce Party” (717) Price joins the team to investigate a homicide where the victim was hung from a gazebo. While they are working the crime scene, the architecture collapses, and Price injures her shoulder. Later that day, Horatio Caine convinces Price to hire his son, Kyle, as an intern in the morgue to protect him from his unstable mother, Julia Winston. A bottle of oxycodonesubsequently goes missing from a car accident victim. Julia is instantly accused of stealing them, even by Kyle, as she is seen visiting him on his first day. At the end of the episode, Price is seen putting the pills into her pocket. In a later episode, Kyle witnesses her popping a pill into her mouth while examining a body- he confronts her about it and she defensively replies, “I don’t have to explain myself to you, Kyle.” In “Collateral Damage”, when a homemade grenade goes off in autopsy, she frantically tries to pick up the pills (which fell out of her pocket during the blast). Ryan notices this, and tells her to get help.
Loving people never take a request to tell about their day with hostility.