Toxic Relationships

Your Relationship Sucks is a hard pill to swallow. Being honest with yourself is honestly, sometimes harder than it sounds.

​It can be challenging but staying in a Toxic Relationship because you don’t have the courage, to be honest with yourself is much worse.

Toxic relationships are everywhere. You know the kind--they're the ones that make you feel like crap about yourself, and you don't even realize it until it's too late.

​Most people don't even realize they're in a toxic relationship until it's too late. By then, both people are usually so emotionally invested in the relationship that breaking up is incredibly hard.

​If you think you might be in a toxic relationship, or if you're not sure, but something feels off, trust your gut. Get out before it's too late.

​When your relationship sucks because you are in a toxic one but don't realize it, trust me, it's not worth the pain and heartache that comes with realizing what an emotional mess both people involved in this type of unhealthy situation can be.

​To each other or themselves when things get too out-of-hand for any kind of cooperation whatsoever--even if just temporarily...

​The tone should also indicate emotion such as shock/horror at how destructive relationships often end up being towards individuals' mental well-being alongside anger directed toward those who maintain them.

​It’s so easy to fly off the handle with toxic people. And before you are becoming just like them. This may sound crazy to you but it’s utterly true.

​You think you can't get out of it because your partner is toxic.

​The only way to get rid of this relationship is by telling the truth. But somehow, you just don't want to be honest about what's really going on in your life.

​It's easier to blame yourself than admit that nothing will ever change. Because if you tell the truth, then all hell might break loose, and there'll be no turning back! And so you keep making excuses for why things aren't working out even though deep down inside, you know they never will.

​You hate playing games with each other but sometimes it feels like the only way to make everything work... until now…

​No more lies. No more games.

​Once we stop lying and start speaking our minds honestly without fear of being judged or punished, we are able to take control.

​Honesty and being self-aware is essential to our overall well-being, and the quality of our lives and relationships. It’s also threatening because it’s so powerful and also transformational.