How To Deal With Toxic Relationships!

Toxic relationships


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I have discovered that there are primarily two ways to deal with toxic relationships 1) to pray about it and 2) to talk things over with the other person! Usually, toxic people tend to think they are right all the time and that your thoughts and opinions do not matter. If you are forced to interact with toxic people at work, school, or home, the best way to guard your heart is to set up appropriate boundaries so that the other person does not infringe on your rights and need for respect. If all else doesn’t work, please ignore the toxic person, but that is the last resort. The Holy Spirit has worked in your heart and life; maybe the toxic person needs a little more time to grow. ~ Bill Greguska

James 4:4  You adulterous people, don’t you know that friendship with the world means enmity against God? Therefore, anyone who chooses to be a friend of the world becomes an enemy of God.







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A relationship takes work, and it changes. And you go with the changes. It’s more good than bad times, but it’s not always good. You have to overcome those issues and move on. ~ David Burtka

1 Corinthians 15:33-34  Do not be misled: “Bad company corrupts good character.” Come back to your senses as you ought, and stop sinning, for some are ignorant of God—I say this to your shame.



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The three primary qualities absent in toxic relationships are honesty, respect, and love. To avoid unhealthy relationships, you must set boundaries so that your rights are not violated, or you are abused in any way. Learn more about toxic relationships here on this page! Did you realize that toxic relationships will drain you if you are not careful? You may be in a bad relationship and not know what to do about it.  

Toxic relationships that have gone unattended will tend to no longer exist in time, but some damage may be done. I have heard and believe friendship is the hardest ship to sail anywhere in the world! (unless, of course, you know a little bit about healthy relationships?) It can be tough to avoid toxic relationships in our society, but the good news is that you can set up some strategies to deal with toxic relationships in a civil and caring way. It may be possible for you to encourage the other person and possibly advise them on being less toxic, but only if the other person is willing to hear your advice. ~ Bill Greguska


Change Toxic Relationships To Healthy Ones?

Three main qualities that are absent in toxic relationships are honesty, respect, and love. The most critical element is love because, without love, the relationship is doomed to fail.

Reevaluating your relationships will ultimately help you become the person God intended you to be. When you share your feeling with the unhealthy individual, make sure you do it in love and with a spirit that you want them to speak to you. You must be honest with yourself and others to prevent the relationship from becoming toxic or staying toxic.

Reconciliation is always the goal because Jesus preached and taught us to love, not hate.


Priorities To Keep In Mind To Practice To Say Out Of Toxic Relationships

  1. God

  2. Family

  3. Others




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Toxic Relationships In Marriage Can Be Healed

We all have behaved like toxic people sometime in our life! If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. Romans 12:18 

I must point out that it is a bit different from marriages since they are commitments to one another and God. We need to do everything possible to keep the relationship alive. Remember, God hates divorce, and breaking up the marriage is not the goal. Love and reconciliation are what God wants for us. 




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