ONE of the delights of being human is that we don’t need to be flawless or even perfect to be one of the great ones. Sooner or later we’ll all settle on inept choices, hurt our loved ones, make statements that are difficult to reclaim, and push too difficult to even think about getting our direction.
None of that makes us dangerous. It makes us human. We mess things up, we develop and we learn. Toxic individuals are extraordinary. They never learn. They never self-reflect and they couldn’t care less who they hurt along the way.
Toxic behavior is a constant method for reacting to the world and the individuals in it. Dangerous individuals are savvy however they have the enthusiastic knowledge of a pen cover. It’s no mishap that they pick the individuals who are kind, liberal and willing to buckle down for a relationship.
With two non-toxic individuals this is the establishment for something awesome, yet when lethal conduct is included it won’t be long until that open heart turns into a messed up one.
In case you’re in any kind of association with somebody who is toxic, odds are you’ve been twisting and flexing for some time to attempt to make it work. Stop. Simply stop. You can just change the things that are available to your impact and toxic individuals will never be one of them.
The decision to avoid an individual or experience from your life can be simply the more humane decision - for yourself. Also, surely, when your heart opens to your own torment, and your own prosperity, that empathy for yourself can open wide enough to incorporate even the person who caused you enduring. In any case, this is something that your heart will let you know and not something that your psyche can choose or compel.
We carry on with soul when we acknowledge our experience the manner in which it is. Choosing to not be with somebody who makes you feel horrible, regardless of whether that individual is your family or “companion,” is a demonstration of fearlessness - respecting yourself and reality.
Let go of what holds you back from living your greatest life so that you may fly. Detach yourself from the things and people that weigh you down and hold you back from living a life of greatness. (Allia Paula R. Maspiñas, AdDU Mass Communication intern)