Experience shows that happy, successful people spend most of their time with other people who are happy and successful. What better time than now to identify those people who inspire and lead you onto better things, and to notice those people who pull you down? This worksheet will bring this information to the forefront where you’ll naturally begin making different choices about who you spend your time with. Down load the worksheet and learn more.
Why Toxic Relationships Suck and Why You Should Dump Yours
- Staying in bad company can actually be more hurtful and harder to bear than being by yourself. When you’re out of the relationship, you can look back and analyze what happened and what warning signs you should have seen coming.
- Holding onto a toxic relationship prevents personal growth. A healthy relationship encourages growth and dialogue on both sides.
- You open space for something better. By dumping a toxic relationship, you are subconsciously telling yourself and the world that you’re ready for something better with someone who loves and cares for you as much as you do him or her.
- Toxic relationships often become abusive ones. Toxic relationships don’t have far to fall to become psychologically, emotionally, physically, or even sexually abusive. Walking away shows personal strength and the courage to stand on your own two feet.
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