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14 Signs You Are In a Toxic Relationship! WHAT ARE TOXIC RELATIONSHIP SIGNS? Do you want to experience a healthy, loving relationship?

What are toxic relationship signs?

Do you want to experience a healthy, loving relationship?

All pain, anxiety, depression, suffering, and fundamental stuckness is caused by toxic relationships.

Not just the relationships you have with others, but, also the one with yourself. Your life from birth onward becomes a dramatic story filled with trauma, pitfalls, disappointments, and setbacks.

To compensate you delude yourself: you master the art of fantasy thinking and become a master of illusions. You become attached to these illusions and therefore continue to suffer. They are your old negative and by now toxic stories. These stories have become habitual and do not serve you anymore—discovering them, forgiving them, and transforming them is your only solution for a life that is more filled with pleasure and joy.

But, What does a Toxic Relationship look like?

If you’re in a toxic relationship, you may recognize some of these signs in yourself, partner, or in the relationship itself.

  • Lack of support
    Your time together has stopped being positive or supportive of your goals.

“Healthy relationships are based on a mutual desire to see the other succeed in all areas of life,” Caraballo says. But when things turn toxic, every achievement becomes a competition.

In other words, you don’t feel like they have your back.

  • Toxic communication
    Instead of treating each other with kindness, most of your conversations are filled with sarcasm, criticism, or overt hostility. You may even start avoiding talking to each other.
  • Jealousy
    While it’s normal to experience jealousy from time to time, Caraballo explains it can become an issue if you can’t get yourself to think or feel positively about their success.
  • Controlling behaviors
    Questioning where you are all the time or becoming overly upset when you don’t immediately answer texts are both signs of controlling behavior, which can contribute to toxicity in a relationship.

In some cases, these attempts of control over you can be a sign of abuse (more on this later).

  • Resentment
    Holding on to grudges and letting them fester chips away at intimacy.

“Over time, frustration or resentment can build up and make a smaller chasm much bigger,” Caraballo notes.

  • Dishonesty
    You find yourself constantly making up lies about your whereabouts or who you meet up with to avoid spending time with your partner.
  • Patterns of disrespect
    Being chronically late, casually “forgetting” events, and other behaviors that show disrespect for your time are a red flag, Manly says.
  • Negative financial behaviors
    Your partner might make financial decisions, including purchasing big-ticket items or withdrawing large sums of money, without consulting you.
  • Constant stress
    A normal amount of tension runs through every relationship, but finding yourself constantly on edge is an indicator that something’s off.

This ongoing stress can take a toll on your physical and emotional health.

  • Ignoring your needs
    Going along with whatever your partner wants to do, even when it goes against your wishes or comfort level, is a sure sign of toxicity, says clinical psychologist Catalina Lawsin, PhD.

For example, you might agree to a vacation they planned, either intentionally or unintentionally, for dates that aren’t convenient for you.

  • Lost relationships
    You’ve stopped spending time with friends and family, either to avoid conflict with your partner or to get around having to explain what’s happening in your relationship.

Alternatively, you might find your free time is wrapped up in dealing with your partner.

  • Lack of self-care
    In a toxic relationship, you might let go of your usual self-care habits, Lawsin explains.

You might withdraw from hobbies you once loved, neglect your health, and sacrifice your free time.

  • Hoping for change
    You might stay in the relationship because you see the other person’s potential or think that if you just change yourself and your actions, they’ll change as well.
  • Walking on eggshells
    You worry that by bringing up problems, you’ll provoke extreme tension, so you become conflict avoidant and keep any issues to yourself.

A toxic relationship definition?

At the very heart of the matter:

For some people, your life from birth onward becomes a story filled with trauma, pitfalls, disappointments, and setbacks.
To compensate you delude yourself: you master the art of fantasy thinking and become a master of illusions. You become attached to these illusions and therefore continue to suffer. They are your old negative and by now toxic stories. These stories have become habitual and do not serve you anymore—discovering them, forgiving them, and transforming them is your only solution for a life that is more filled with pleasure and joy. Often the relationship becomes the hero you search for so that you can feel loved.

When you take your blindfold off, you’ll see the light."

~ Rochelle L. Cook MA CHt.

Do you ever wonder why you keep choosing the wrong partner?

  • Do you have trouble getting over a breakup
  • Do you fear uncertainty?
  • Do you walk on eggshells
  • Do you have commitment issue
  • Are you in an abusive or toxic relationship
  • Are you afraid someone will leave you
  • Do want to improve the relationship you are in right now
  • What mindset is getting in your way

We repeat what we don’t repair."

~ Rochelle L. Cook MA CHt.

This is the Secret Healing Sauce

It’s why I wrote the book “The Soul’s Coach: 7 Paths to Healing Your Relationship” and created a relationship healing program that is designed to heal you from toxic relationships for the very last time. It’s all in the book and it comes with a workbook and journal. You can work on your relationship with this program and heal from toxic relationships for the last time. You can also fast-track your healing and have sessions with me. Schedule a free consultation below.

Toxic Relationship Quotes

The book covers the 7-paths that will lead you out from being in a toxic relationship because you deserve both freedom and peace. The book is full of wise toxic relationship quotes that act as hypnotherapy anchors, this helps you heal. The chapters include:

The Story Book Syndrome 

  • We don’t have to be what we were taught. 

Path One – Denial 

  • If we deny our problems we don’t have to face the music.

Path Two – Settling 

  • Take what you can get when you can get it. 

Path Three – Playing Out 

  • Our behaviors reflect our hidden wounds asking to be healed. 

Path Four – Acceptance 

  • Accepting that we have a problem is the most important step to positive transformation. 

Path Four – Acceptance 

  • Accepting that we have a problem is the most important step to positive transformation. 

Path Six – Spirituality 

  • The wound is the place where the Light enters you.” – Rumi

Path Seven – The New Story 

  • You can choose who you want to become.

Get my book on how to fix toxic  relationships. 

Start your relationship healing journey today. My methods of combining various Buddhist and Spiritual Psychologies with clinical hypnotherapy quickly get to the root issues that have caused your toxic relationships. 

These are old patterns and when released, then, and only then, will you experience: 

  • Re-discover your life purpose
  • Transform the self-sabotaging layers of old thought patterns that are cemented in your conscious mind
  • Heal for the very last time your inner child traumas and wounds
  • Release stress, anxiety and fear and blossom into new life

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