One of the hardest things to tell yourself is that someone you love and care about could potentially be toxic to your well-being. However, the less toxicity you have after a toxic relationship, the better. This goes for friends, and even family members. Removing toxic people from your life can be difficult, but in the end it is well worth it.
When you decide to leave the narcissist, you will have people tell you that they do not support your choices. Some people will tell you that you are making a mistake. They can’t look in the mirror at themselves and their choices, but they are quick to judge you. Remember, they don’t know what goes on in your home. They don’t understand the stress, strain and constant barrage of verbal assaults you are under. Removing toxic people who pose this type of stress on you will only equate to a win in the end. Keep it moving. Don’t listen to these people, and don’t look back.
People who drain you can affect your outlook for now through the next few years. Therefore, we must be choosy. There are many different ways that you can start cutting toxic people out of your life. If you are ready for a cleanse, please consider signing up for my life course called Girl, Get Out that begins on November 9th. This course dives deep into leaving the narcissist, starting over, and all of the steps in between. It also goes deep into cutting toxicity from your life and learning how to stand up for yourself. If you are interested in signing up, please do so HERE.