Many people have a toxic person in their lives. Toxic people make you feel low, and they are often narcissists. Toxic people can be difficult to get rid of because sometimes it feels like they’re all we know, but letting go is good for you and makes you feel much better! In this blog post, I will discuss how to identify a toxic person and give tips on how to let go of them.
They might not even realize that they are toxic to you, either way, it is important for your health and well-being to let go. Toxic friends have been shown in studies to cause depression because their low energy rubs off on the other person. Toxic relationships also bring down good ones around them and if someone has only negative people surrounding them it will lead to problems later like paranoia or anxiety issues. Toxic family members make you feel bad about yourself and sometimes break up families completely which is never good for anyone involved especially children who don’t understand what’s going on but pick up on ‘vibes’. Letting go of toxic people helps strengthen ties with positive ones. Being surrounded by narcissists. Toxic people are a lot of times narcissists. Toxic friends might be jealous or competitive towards you so they try to bring you down because it makes them feel better about themselves even though their behavior is not healthy for anyone involved. Toxic family members may have narcissistic traits as well, being attention-seeking all the time and looking out only for themselves while disregarding others and their feelings.
Toxic people will suck the energy out of you so it’s important to get rid of them before they cause more problems in your life or even destroy everything that is good right now like relationships, health, job, etc. Toxic parents might be very selfish and narcissistic although oftentimes this isn’t always the case there are many stories out there of toxic parents who make their children feel like they are always in the way and don’t care what you want for your life. Toxic relationships can be very harmful to both parties involved, if one person is a narcissist it might not even be noticed by the other until things get out of hand which really isn’t fair because it’s hard to deal with a toxic person if you don’t know what’s going on. Toxic relationships are not always romantic either there can be friendships that are very unhealthy as well which is just as bad. Toxic friends might have low self-esteem issues which is why they bring down everyone around them to make themselves feel better about their life or situation but this isn’t always the case because sometimes they are just mean people who don’t care about anyone but themselves. Toxic friends might also be competitive in your group which again isn’t good for you or them if their goal is to make everyone else miserable so that they can feel better about what’s going on in their lives.
Toxic relationships happen when one person cannot let go of their anger or emotions and they take it out on others as a way to cope. Toxic relationships happen when the other person doesn’t realize that this is happening because there is such an imbalance in one direction instead of two which causes issues for both people involved later down the road.
Toxic families are hard to deal with if you don’t know what’s going on and it’s important to be aware of your family dynamics in order to avoid any problems like this happening. Toxic families might have people who are very selfish or narcissistic which means that they don’t care about anyone but themselves, these types of toxic parents try to make their children feel bad for things that aren’t even something they should feel guilty over such as wanting a boyfriend or girlfriend when the parent doesn’t approve because then there is drama later with them putting guilt trips on you every chance they get.
Toxic relationships cause so many issues down the line especially if one person cannot let go and ends up ruining everything around them including friendships and family ties where everyone suffers from anger and resentment towards one another instead of working together in positive ways toward each other. Toxic relationships are never good for anyone involved because one person feels the need to take out their anger on someone else instead of working through it with mutual understanding, respect, and love.
Toxic people also cause problems in your life that you might not even realize like feeling bad about yourself all the time which is something they feed off of so if you don’t have control over this aspect how can you expect them to? Toxic people want what’s best for themselves but oftentimes they put others down or make them feel worse about their situation without looking at things from another perspective.
The Tips to letting them go:
- Identify each toxic person you know
- Think about how they make you feel
- Tell yourself “I do not need this toxic mess in my life”
- Name each person 1 by 1 and say “I am done with you & I am walking away from you for good”
- Repeat step 4 as many times you need to until you believe it and say it as you mean it.
- It’s done. Now let it manifest