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  • Writer's pictureKristyl Neho

Toxic People and Why They Don't Matter

We all have them in our lives. Those people who always seem to bring us down. They're the ones who are always complaining, always negative, and always seem to find a way to make us feel bad about ourselves. They're the toxic people.


Toxic people can come in all shapes and sizes. They can be friends, family members, co-workers, or even romantic partners. They can be loud and obnoxious, or they can be quiet and manipulative. But no matter how they present themselves, they all have one thing in common: they make us feel bad about ourselves.


Toxic people are experts at making us feel like we're not good enough. They'll point out our flaws, criticize our choices, and make us feel like we're never going to measure up. They'll make us feel like we're not worthy of love, happiness, or success.


And the worst part is, they'll often do it in a way that makes us feel like we're the ones who are wrong. They'll make us feel like we're overreacting, or that we're being too sensitive. They'll make us feel like we're the ones who are causing the problem.


But the truth is, toxic people are the ones who are causing the problem. They're the ones who are making us feel bad about ourselves. And we don't have to put up with it.


If you're in a relationship with a toxic person, it's important to remember that you're not alone. There are millions of people who have been through what you're going through. And there are resources available to help you.


The first step is to identify the toxic person in your life. Once you've identified them, you can start to set boundaries. This means limiting your contact with them, and refusing to engage in their negative behavior.


So how do you know if you're dealing with a toxic person? Here are a few signs to look for:


  • They're always negative. They have a negative outlook on life, and they're always complaining about something.

  • They're critical of you. They constantly put you down, and they make you feel like you're not good enough.

  • They're manipulative. They use guilt, threats, or other tactics to get what they want from you.

  • They're controlling. They try to control your thoughts, feelings, and actions.

  • They're abusive. They may verbally, emotionally, or physically abuse you.


It's also important to remember that you can't change a toxic person. They're the only ones who can change themselves. So don't waste your time trying to fix them. Instead, focus on taking care of yourself.


This means doing things that make you happy and that make you feel good about yourself. It also means surrounding yourself with positive people who will support you and lift you up.


It's not easy to cut toxic people out of your life. But it's one of the best things you can do for your mental and emotional health. So don't be afraid to do it. You deserve to be happy.


Here are some tips for dealing with toxic people:

  • Set boundaries. This means limiting your contact with them, and refusing to engage in their negative behavior.

  • Don't take their words personally. Toxic people are experts at making us feel bad about ourselves. But their words are just a reflection of their own insecurities.

  • Focus on the positive. Surround yourself with positive people who will support you and lift you up.

  • Seek professional help. If you're struggling to deal with a toxic person, don't be afraid to seek professional help. A therapist can help you develop coping mechanisms and strategies for dealing with toxic people.


Remember, you're not alone. There are millions of people who have been through what you're going through. And there are resources available to help you so don't be afraid to reach out for help. You deserve to be happy.



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