Meeting and being in a relationship with someone is not a one time thing in life. We sometimes meet people that make us feel like ourself. Others try to manipulate us to be as their likes, that's when you have to turn around and get away from them. Here are 4 signs of toxic relationship that tell you it's time to stop.
Break describes a few situations that you should definitely avoid.
Nonstop criticism. Such people can hear nobody but themselves. Criticism is their basic instinct, and they criticize whatever you say or do.
Jealousy of even your smallest achievements. Such people will never be happy for your success because they think they are the only ones who deserve to be respected and praised. They are so insecure that they treat everyone like enemies.
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Such people take everything for granted, and there is nothing they see as extraordinary. You cooked a holiday dinner not because you wanted to make your soul mate happy but because you had to. Despite such obvious indifference, many people choose not to notice it. Put yourself first — there are a lot of grateful and decent people around.
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Such people are not interested in your feelings and needs at all. They get their footing thanks to you, but they still think that nobody deserves anything more than they do. Living with such people is a challenge. They influence not only your mood and financial situation but also your professional growth.
Small favors are no big deal. However, if you feel like you are in a hamster wheel without a good reason, you are being manipulated. Such people can give you nothing but a headache. They love it when their dreams come true and when their goals are reached. They never give, only take. If you stop falling into their traps, they will most likely start looking for a new puppet.
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