There are toxic people in our lives who have done us emotional harm and are holding us back from who we can and want to be. Toxic people all have characteristics in common. It is crucial that we recognize them and learn to deal with them.
Toxic people are manipulative, controlling, self-centered, destructive, and insecure. Their insecurity drives them to put others down. They shame us and fill us with guilt if we don't support them or criticize them. They can never be wrong. Which means we are always in the wrong. Toxic people are born narcissists. It's important to learn what drives toxic people and how to not become their victim.
In Are You in a Toxic Relationship?: How to Let Go and Move On with Your Life, you will learn to recognize toxic people. They can be your parents, siblings, spouse, or boss. Parents can establish very destructive patterns with their children. Because children are young and don't know better, they come to believe this pattern is normal and continue along the same path as adults. They let more toxic people into their lives and are afraid to trust people who are supportive.
You will learn to break the patterns of toxicity and let happiness and joy into your life. You will never change a toxic person. But you can change yourself, your own life, and where you go in life. It's a wonderful journey, and this book can be your guide to achieving a happier and more fulfilling life.
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