Poisoned people are hard to cut, but that doesn’t mean you don’t have to. If someone hurts you or knocks you down, they should not be allowed to stay here and continue to do it.
Toxic substances come in all shapes and sizes. They can be friends, people you barely know, even family. They may have been a part of your life since the day you were born, or they maybe someone you just met. That’s the way it is.
If you’re dealing with someone who is toxic, you need to know that you don’t owe them anything, period. Of course, if it’s your mom or dad, they can try to pretend that they have the right to control you just because you were born, but when you grow up, they can’t force you to stay here. If it is better for you to move on, do so.
Toxic substances tend to target people who don’t deserve the treatment they receive. They find the kindest and most loving people to separate them, and that’s wrong, that’s very wrong. Even though not all toxic people know they are toxic, you should not let any of them stay in your life without change. Once they have shown you that they are not ready to make changes in their lives, it is imperative that you cut them off.
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