If you’ve ever had a toxic friend, you know just how difficult and draining it can be.
There are different kinds of toxicity, from energy vampires all the way to the far end where the abusers, narcissists and sociopaths exist. But every kind of toxic person creates a burden that can be difficult to overcome.
But what about when the problem is not the other person but it’s you?
Sometimes, when toxicity is more subtle, like the overbearing negativity of someone who has recently had their dreams crushed or the miserable loner who takes the anger they feel for their ex out on everyone they meet, it’s hard to notice.
Plus, toxicity is contagious, and when you’re infected, you become toxic yourself.
You may have noticed your friends distancing themselves from you recently, maybe one of them has even called you out directly. Maybe you can recall a…
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