He is also manipulative of Bella. In the first movie, he varies wildly between being kind and ignoring her as he grapples with his feelings. Even when they're together, he constantly tries to push her away from him by saying he's too dangerous.
One of the biggest red flags about Jacob is his disregard for Bella's comfort and boundaries. He's constantly undermining her autonomy, trying to make decisions for her-- much like Edward does. A notable example of this violation of her agency is when he kisses her against her will in Eclipse.
In fact, many have rightfully criticized "Twilight" for its heavily anti-feminist sentiment and sexism. Like the many romance films marketed toward young women, "Twilight" is yet another stale, predominantly white film in which the “weak” female protagonist needs a “strong” and powerful man to be her “savior.”
In Jacob's case, he imprinted on Renesmee — who he affectionately dubbed Nessie — when she was a baby, so no, it doesn't mean he's in love with her. Jacob just has a strong bond to Renesmee and is more of a protector and as she gets older, will be a best friend, someone who's there for her when she needs it.
Jacob's main source for all his negative behavior stemmed from his hatred of Edward Cullen. Or, to be more precise, he was jealous of Edward. In all fairness, the books and the films were centered around Edward and Bella's romance, so Jacob was definitely the third wheel.
Seeing as she's half vampire, one would think she would age much slower than humans, since vampires can't age at all. However, poor unloved Jacob shouldn't have to wait eighteen years for his happily ever after, so Renesmee grows abnormally fast, and will magically stop aging once she reaches sexual maturity.
Edward controls who Bella is allowed to associate with, threatens to kill himself if anything happens to her and frequently scares her in a variety of ways such as by driving too fast or abandoning her in the woods after breaking up with her.
“The relationship between Bella and Edward is 100 percent toxic, unhealthy and abusive,” says Rachel Wright, a New York-based licensed psychotherapist and relationship coach. “The Twilight movies promote the idea that women are better when they are dull and submissive.
Science has failed us. Who could have guessed, in an analysis of the hotness of a vampire and a werewolf? Thus we rely on the experts in the field (here defined as posters on the various message boards, blogs and the like). A casual survey reveals a majority finding that Edward is prettier but Jacob is brawnier.
Jacob is extremely insecure and does a lot of abusive things to Bella. This isn't to say that Edward was a saint as he did some messed up things, too, but Jacob was often out of control. He would use his emotions to manipulate Bella to try to get her to be with him.
Bella falls in love with Jacob in New Moon. I think it's easy to understand why this fact doesn't occur to her. Bella has only fallen in love one time, and it was a very sudden, dramatic, sweep-you-off-your-feet, change-your-world, magical, passionate, all-consuming thing (see: Twilight).
Bella chose Edward over Jacob because Edward associates more with Bella, is more similar to her, and appears to Bella as a better parent and provider. Edward and Bella are in closer proximity than Jacob and Bella because Edward and Bella go to school together.
Edward: Why He's an Abuser
First, one of his hallmark characteristics is his control over Bella and his attempts to isolate her from others. Abusers often use this tactic as a way of ensuring that their victims have no way to escape should they attempt to do so.
On Tuesday, Us Weekly revealed photographs of Stewart passionately kissing Rupert Sanders, the director of her latest film, Snow White and the Huntsman. Sanders, at 41, is nearly twice the age of the 22-year-old Stewart, and what's worse, he's married with two young children.
While Jacob insists his feelings for Renesmee (Mackenzie Foy) will remain completely platonic until later in her life (as does Twilight author Stephenie Meyer), Bella (and most of the fandom) find their relationship to be unsettling at best.
Breaking Dawn links sex and danger, at least initially. Before Bella becomes a vampire, sex with Edward poses a serious threat to her. Edward is afraid that he'll accidentally kill Bella, and she does indeed wake up covered in bruises after they first have sex. However, Bella doesn't seem to mind.
He fell in love with her because she was different than the rest of the girls. She was a mystery to him, he couldn't hear her thoughts like he could every one else. She was also unique in the way she thought and acted. She wasn't simple, her thougths didn't follow the norm of a school girl.
During biology class, Edward reacted with disgust towards her, as if she was nauseating to him, and it was later revealed this was because the scent of her blood was irresistible to him.
So we're a bit distressed to hear that our girl Kristen gets chewed up – literally! – in "Breaking Dawn – Part 1." When we heard that Robert Pattinson's Edward is forced to quite literally chew a fetus out of Bella when a scalpel can't penetrate the placenta, we freaked out a little bit.
During their honeymoon, while making love, Edward bites and ruins the pillows in the 'white room,' which is the bedroom they stay in on the first night, as well as breaking the bed, to which Bella says is "okay". Edward gets upset after the first night because that morning Bella is covered in bruises and feathers.
The Volturi believe that Edward and Bella have committed an inexcusable crime by “creating” their half-immortal daughter, Renesmee, so they plan to attack the Cullens and demolish their family once and for all.
While some fans believe that Leah fell in love with or imprinted on Jacob during Breaking Dawn, Stephenie Meyer has stated this isn't true. This would simply have made their interactions too complicated, since she started out disliking Jacob, then they gain a "friendly" understanding.
Their child would be 1/4 human, 1/4 vampire and 1/2 werewolf, which would make them a threat to the Volturi. Renesmee is fertile as she is 1/2 human. The only aspect of herself that is a vampire is that she'll never age after she matures and she drinks blood.
It is implied that Renesmee's growth will slow down until it ceases at the age of seven, by which she will have the appearance of a young woman. She may be able to live for centuries minimum, if not more.