This happens for two reasons. The first is that, often, people who are in toxic relationships are forced to cut off contact with those who care about them because their partner feels threatened and is possessive. Instead of having friends and family to turn to, they find themselves alienated and alone.
What also happens is that we lose friends and family because they get sick of us making the same mistakes over and over, of listening to us complain and not make the change, of watching us destroy our lives, one day at a time, over someone who makes us miserable. Slowly, one by one, they move away from us until we find ourselves alone.
Imagine a life that is full of love and connection. A life full of friends and family and happiness in shared experiences. A life where we wake up every day, eager for new experiences and lots of laughter.
Letting go of a toxic relationship so that you can regain your friends and family just might very well save your life because a life without love and connection is a very unhealthy one indeed.
5 – You will find love again.
One thing that I can promise you is that, no matter what, if you stay in your toxic relationship you will not find love again.
Out there waiting for you, somewhere, is a person who will treat you well, who will make you feel important, who will love you and cherish you and with whom you will truly be happy.
Staying in this relationship, a relationship that isn’t serving you will only ensure that you will stay miserable and you will never have a chance to have a big love that you have always wanted.
And the presence, or absence, of love in our life, is one of the most important keys to keeping us healthy and making life worth living.
Letting go of a toxic relationship can be incredibly difficult.
We hold on to the person who we hope they can be or because of how things were in the beginning or because of the belief that we don’t want give up. Ironically, thinking all of those things, is only hurting us.
Imagine a life where you feel physically healthy, your mind is clear, you feel good about yourself and you are surrounded by love and joy.
You can have that – if you are willing to let go of a relationship that is sucking the life out of you every day.
You can do it! I know you can!
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