Toxic behaviour can be found in every aspect of our lives. Toxic people not only harm others emotionally, they are a threat to our health.
No relationship is perfect, in the personal or the business sphere, but for the most part, a good relationship makes you feel secure, happy, cared for, respected, and free to be yourself. We should indeed spend time with people who are good for our mental health.
In personal relationships, it is more insidiously women through bonds of attachment.
Unfortunately, it’s a fact of life, some people are just bad for us. Some people, even if they’re not cognizant of it, are toxic influences in our lives.
If you have a friend or are in a romantic relationship with someone who is passive aggressive, negative, jealous, dramatic, or if she or he makes you feel drained, depleted, and sometimes even distraught.it is better for your health and your life journey to let them go. Cutting bridges with some people doesn’t mean you hate them. It simply means that you respect yourself enough to know who brings value to your life.
Mutual reliability is important to building trust and is at the core of any good relationship. If the other party’s interest in the relationship is really just a reflection of him or herself, it’s impossible to achieve any kind of balance.
Poor communication that never improves is toxic because, without communication, a relationship can never move forward. Without communication, there is no relationship.
If he or she is bringing you down more than lifting you up, you need to rethink your relationship. Someone who is constantly dragging you down can quickly turn you into the husk of your former self. It steals your energy. These encounters surreptitiously disable self-worth.
There is a lot of things we put up with because the pain certain relationships bring us is less intimidating than the pain of letting go of the person you love, but holding on to toxic friendships has a bigger influence on your life than you realise. Toxic people prioritise their self-interest above everyone else’s.
The single most important thing you can do is minimise contact. You are not cold-hearted for ending relationships with people who treat you like an endless resource.
Negativity can drain you mentally, physically and emotionally. It’s almost impossible for anything positive to come out of a relationship filled with negativity. In judgemental relationships, criticism is not intended to be helpful but rather to belittle.
Handling toxic people may not be easy, but it is vital to your welfare. The last thing you need is a toxic relationship. You have total control over who you surround yourself with. Be sensible enough to walk away. It won’t be a loss, that’s for sure. Actually, letting go of toxic people is a major step towards being happier.
“Laisse entrer dans le jardin de ta vie juste ceux qui ont des fleurs a y planter.” – Mazouz hacene
Quote translation: “Only let in into your garden of life those who have flowers to plant there.”