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Someone who cannot control their emotions and gets upset over small and insignificant things; emotional instability.
Someone who blames everything wrong in their lives on others and takes no accountability for any outcome; negativity.
Low energy people whose only idea of fun is social media, drugs & alcohol, and television. People who've got nothing going on in their lives.0
> choke you for example choke yoy financially so thst you will yield to what he wante. please to all poor woman and lets say yoy will marry an immoral rich man don't marry or if yoy are already marrief make sure to save enough find a job because this immoral man might choke yoy so that yoy will agree that he is supporting and fuckinh other women.
a person who never learn anythinh. he feels that other people need to learn something except him because he is perfect.
a person who thibks he is the hottest man alive and so he wanted you as a girlfriend to be PERFECT. you should act q certain way, you smile a certain way, you should be thrifty, but at the same time yoy must be able to look great, yoy shoyld be patient... basically the LITERAL definition of a perfect woman but then he will not admit this because he knows it's wronh. he will hide this fact but God knows our hearts and yoyr true intentions will be revealed
i am a beauty enthusiast. i love beautiful things. i am used to my parents and ex generosity towards me which in return i don't abuse them but i'd rather be poor and ugly than to bow down to a fuckinh demon of a man10
This is a long ass list, because these people are just uhhh, better stay away from them for your own well-being and safety
- making up crazy stories
- false accusations
- sadistic tendencies
- not a authentic personality
- lack empathy
- they like to see you fail
- emotionally abusive
- do not validate your feelings
- jokes that are not funny at all
- silent treatment
- they are the best at everything
- flirting with others in your presence
- bending/not following rules
- making you feel like you're crazy
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I guess if they glow in the dark, they're probably toxic.41
From my experience, toxic people have one underlying, universal personality habit- gaslighting. That is, they convince you that your perspectives or feelings do not matter and will use this to their personal advantage.0
- controlling other's behavior
- not respecting opinions or boundaries
- hating a particular gender
- hate comments51
- silent treatment
- can't respect boundaries, etc
Common would be things like coughing and sneezing. More exotic would be things like projectile vomiting, oozing sours, and bleeding from the eyes.0
There are many signs. Not just a few. If the person starts controlling every aspect of the other person's life then it is clear the person is toxic.0
Intentionally trying to make life difficult for someone else out of vindictiveness. Usually they do it for no good reason really. Maybe for perceived inequities.0
When your home is no longer cared for when she lacks interest in your hobbies when you only spend time in the same house out of necessity. SEX BECOMES A DINOSAUR toxic relationship you might be in a toxic relationship0
Eat your veggies damn it 😊0
Lies, GASLIGHTING, ignorance, lack of consideration for anyone but themselves.22
Not long ago, I used to be really toxic when a girl i liked would take more than two hours to reply back 💀
That's a toxic person0
They can't take ‘no’ for an answer.
disrespecting boundaries deliberately20
Just notice yourself that is the most important thing0
They have a cellphone and use social media3
Refusal to admit when they are wrong or refusal to take responsibility.0
People who chase people off this site with computer powers & have batteries put in there back to do it.20
The whole world is the villain but never themselves.0
In my experience, a woman who openly calls herself a feminist today is always toxic.
And likewise, a guy who calls himself MGTOW is going to be toxic.0
When they spew out toxic waste making it the priority of the day to upset you10
Always negative, aggressive, gas-lighter, liar, hypocrite10
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There are several common signs of a toxic person, including:
1. Constant criticism: Toxic people often criticize others, even for minor things, and rarely have anything positive to say.
2. Manipulation: Toxic people may try to manipulate others to get what they want, often using guilt or other emotional tactics.
3. Controlling behavior: Toxic people may try to control other people's actions or decisions, either directly or indirectly.
4. Lack of empathy: Toxic people often lack empathy for others and may not care how their behavior affects others.
5. Drama and negativity: Toxic people may thrive on drama and negativity, often creating or exacerbating conflict and drama in their relationships.
6. Blaming others: Toxic people may have a tendency to blame others for their problems and failures, rather than taking responsibility for their own actions.
7. Jealousy and envy: Toxic people may be jealous or envious of others, often seeking to bring them down or undermine their success.
It's important to recognize these signs and take steps to protect yourself if you are dealing with a toxic person. This may include setting boundaries, limiting contact, or seeking support from friends, family, or a therapist.
Sounds like my partner
@lovenonstop I'm sorry to hear that you're experiencing these behaviors in your partner. It can be difficult and emotionally draining to deal with a toxic person. It's important to prioritize your own well-being and set boundaries to protect yourself from their negative behavior.
If you're in a relationship with a toxic person, you may want to consider seeking support from a therapist or counselor who can help you navigate the situation and develop healthy coping strategies. You may also want to consider couples therapy, if you both are open to it, to work through any issues in the relationship.
Remember that you deserve to be treated with respect and kindness in any relationship. If your partner is unwilling or unable to change their toxic behavior, it may be necessary to consider ending the relationship for your own well-being.
I completely agree with everything. I am taking steps for therapy. Couples therapy might be hard because he’s not the type to let others into his problems. I’ve done research on how to deal with them and basically don’t give them a reaction. Easier said then done. Hard part is there are children involved.
@lovenonstop okay good. It's great to hear that you're taking steps to prioritize your own well-being and seek help through therapy. It can be challenging to navigate a toxic relationship, especially when children are involved.
It's important to remember that setting boundaries and prioritizing your own well-being is not selfish, but rather a necessary step to create a healthier environment for yourself and your children. Seeking therapy can help you develop tools and strategies for dealing with your partner's behavior, and can also provide support and guidance as you work through your feelings.
If your partner is not willing to participate in couples therapy, you just have to do individual therapy to work through your own emotions and develop coping strategies. You may also want to seek support from friends, family members, or a support group for people in similar situations.
Remember that you are not alone, and there are resources available to help you navigate this challenging situation. Take care of yourself and prioritize your own well-being, and don't be afraid to reach out for help when you need it.