How to Handle Toxic Relationships You Can’t Avoid

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4 Comments on "How to Handle Toxic Relationships You Can’t Avoid"

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LM
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This article could be useful when applied to slightly damaged people, but not psychopaths or sociopaths or people who have personality disorders due to severe abuse. For example, I come from an extremely abusive family. We’re talking about daily beatings, incest, and horrible horrible things that I won’t even go into. But the only word I can describe my childhood home is a warzone. My siblings are unhealthily and toxicaly bound to my abusive parents. They defend, either consciously or unconsciously, almost every hateful and criminal act my parents perpetrated. I cut my parents off in my early 30s once… Read more »
Amy
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Thank you for putting my problems into perspective for me. This makes my little beef with one of my more toxic friends seem like nothing. I am very sincerely sorry that that your life has been this way. You are an amazing person that you can recognize all of that for what it truly is. It sounds as if your siblings don’t.

Andreia Rocha
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Andreia Rocha
I totally agree with you. For personal reasons, I started to read about narcisist it’s and abuse.One thing this sort of articles never uncover is how to get rid of an extremely dangerous husband when this person is like a social chameleon, a victim at people’s eyes and an abuser inside home. Secondly, in Europe the sort of abuse we refer to are unknown to people, always thought as something that only happens in very poor and illiterate families miles away. Psyquiatrists don’t even help the victims with medical reports in court, and kids under 12 in Belgium can only… Read more »
Realization1947
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Realization1947

As the old adage goes, Honesty is the best policy.

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