Food for Thought

The last thing I want is to be on my death bed and realize there is zero evidence I ever existed. How to handle potentially volatile situations and toxic people who try to re-enter your life?

Identify the behavior. When you do, be as unbiased as you can. Think back. You will have concrete evidence of why any conversation will not end well.

There is an early warning system for hidden hostility. It is when someone who is toxic contacts you and continues to over the years on and off as if something has changed. Here is the fatal mistake and point of no return, if you answer. They are not in your life for a reason.

Where your focus goes, energy flows and results show. Narcissists love themselves, or perhaps more accurately, they love the idea of themselves. They are often so deluded in their favor that they generally lose touch with reality.

Toxic people disregard your boundaries and thrive on violating them. Take care of yourself. Toxic behavior is a habitual way of responding to the world and the people in it. These people are smart, but they have the emotional intelligence of a pen lid.

Every time you say yes to someone who does not deserve you, you are saying no to someone who does. Give your energy to people who deserve it. When you are drawing up the list of deserving ones, make sure your name is at the top.

Remember to keep the circle positive, peaceful and loving. ©

Written with love.

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Joy M. Mills

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*This article is not intended to provide and does not constitute medical, legal or other professional advice. This article was written to support, not replace medical or psychiatric treatment. Please seek professional care if you feel you have a condition.

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