Toxic people

Do you know any toxic people? Here are some traits to familiarize yourself with them, and to help you during the voyage thru the trying relationships. Toxic people are manipulative. They don’t see any reason to be any other way, because the situations are always someone else’s fault.

Even so, in many instances, they try to organize a relationship which will help their end goals of gaining sympathy, and attention by claiming “victim” status.

Sometimes I find it necessary to distance myself from being around toxic people. The ones who always have nothing positive to say about anything. Just being in their presence too often, can be a very stressful and as well as, an unhealthy situation.

These type of people do not make me feel like my best self, so I surround myself with people who do. The authentic people.

Get rid of toxic people that doesn’t work for in life.

By now, you’ll know who’s a keeper and who must go. And your thoughts will be amplified and reverberated. Sometimes it’s best to think over the situation.


Unfortunately, toxic people will bring to the forefront of your imagination, and thoughts to get rid of what doesn’t work for you in life.

Sometimes it’s best to think over the situation and your all emotions before acting on them. If there’s a person you have come to distrust, let them go.

Explore your own thoughts.

 Toxic People


Letting go doesn’t mean giving up, but rather accepting that there are things that cannot be.” —Unknown

Walking away isn’t defeat—it’s accepting you can’t change anyone.

“The best way to move forward is to let go of the people holding you back.” —Unknown

Release,  yourself from that anchor.

“You can’t fight for a place in someone’s life because no matter how hard you try to keep your place, they’ll put you where they want to even if it’s not where you should be.” —Unknown

 It’s all about them.

“Some of the most poisonous people come disguised as friends and family.” —Unknown

You have to speak to be heard, but sometimes you have to be silent to be appreciated.” —Unknown

Note that this is not a cold-shoulder game or the silent treatment. This silence is because you’re no longer playing their games; don’t allow that person back into your life. It may be tempting to listen to their heartfelt apologies and excuses, but the best thing you can do for yourself is keep you distance.Read more here

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