Have you ever wanted to cut a toxic person out of your life before?
It’s a more common feeling than you think.
Maybe there’s an old high school friend, a buddy from college, a distant relative… Whoever it is, you know in your gut that this person is toxic and brings negative energy to most conversations.
The question is:
I think it is.
Negative influences can distort your self-belief and cause you to lose faith in your pursuit of a better life. It’s important to do something about those damaging relationships.
But there is a right way to cut people out.
(Don’t be an @sshole!)
The more you grow and change, the more you realize that some people you know just don’t support your growth.
Here’s how to cut people out of your life and move towards building a network of positive people without feeling guilty.
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Maybe this is a topic that makes you feel uncomfortable, but remember this: I went to rehab when I was 17 years old.
I was the toxic kid that other people needed to cut off.
And I knew it.
A big part of my rehabilitation was to cut myself off from other negative people and build a supportive network of positivity while learning to be a positive influence on others too.
It made my growth possible.
If you want to grow, I believe you need to take a ‘friendventory’ and think carefully about your network.
If you do it the right way, it is not selfish.
It could be exactly what you need right now. Don’t you think?
Would love to hear your thoughts in the comments.