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How To Say Goodbye To A Toxic Relationship By Sarah Bryer

The effects of toxic relationships can clog our thinking at all hours of the day and night. Opinions and comments from others can become part of us, which can start to affect confidence and add to the inner voice of criticism. Relationships rarely began in this way, they were our lovers and our best friends. They […]

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The effects of toxic relationships can clog our thinking at all hours of the day and night. Opinions and comments from others can become part of us, which can start to affect confidence and add to the inner voice of criticism. Relationships rarely began in this way, they were our lovers and our best friends. They become toxic because at one time, the relationship was positive, useful and really good, but now it doesn’t serve our needs.  Life changes, our circumstances and values change. Instead of realising or communicating that this relationship has run its course, it becomes toxic. The toxicity comes from not realising we need to say goodbye. Being in a toxic romantic relationship can mean there is nowhere to hide, especially if people live together. The signs can be obvious but subtle at first and can include hostile communication (sarcasm, silence), controlling behaviour, dishonesty and disrespect, which can escalate…

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