Toxic people
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A toxic person is anyone whose behavior adds negativity and upset to your life. Many times, people who are toxic are dealing with their own stresses and traumas. To do this, they act in ways that don’t present them in the best light and usually upset others along the way.

Here are 8 toxic people you should just get rid of in life

  • Those who spread negativity.
  • Those who criticize you all the time.
  • Those who waste your time.
  • Those who are jealous.
  • Those who play the victim.
  • Those who don’t care.
  • Those who are self-centered.
  • Those who keep disappointing you.

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The seven types of toxic people to watch out:

  • Toxic type: Conversational narcissists.

Have you ever been in a conversation with someone who constantly interrupts you? Perhaps I should rephrase that sentence: have you ever tried to communicate with someone who won’t let you say anything? Conversational narcissists adore talking about themselves—or simply listening to themselves speak. They don’t ask you questions, don’t wait for your answers, and won’t stop talking. These people will become fully self-centered in a relationship and will never be attentive to your needs.

  • Toxic type: Emotional moocher

Because they tend to drain your positivity or emotionally bleed you dry, an emotional moocher is also called as a “spiritual vampire.” These are the people that are always melancholy, negative, or pessimistic in their outlook. They can never see the bright side of things in talks or relationships, and they tend to drag everyone down with them. If you’re with someone who only has negative things to say whenever you see them, be cautious; things may not improve. (Try read… how being an empathic person affects you and those around you)

  • Toxic type : The Tank

Everything in its path is crushed by a tank. A human tank is always correct, doesn’t consider other people’s feelings or views, and always puts themselves first. Tanks are highly arrogant in relationships and regard their personal thoughts as realities. Because they typically believe they are the smartest person in the room, they regard every conversation and person as a challenge to overcome. They rarely regard others as equals, which might make it difficult to build a love bond. Get out while you still can if you feel your ideas are being trampled on or you are not being valued.

  • Toxic type: The Fibbers

Exaggerators, liars, and fibbers… Having a poisonous deceiver in your life is exhausting. It’s impossible to trust a liar in a relationship, whether they tell minor lies or huge ones. We are drained by dishonesty because we continuously distrust their words. If your gut is giving you the creeps, walk away now before you’re duped.Toxic people

  • Toxic type : The Drama Magnet

Some toxic people attract drama like a magnet. There’s always something wrong. Always. Of course, once one problem is overcome, another arises. They simply want your sympathy, support, and empathy–not your advise! You provide assistance and suggestions, but they never seem to desire to make things better. They instead gripe and complain. Drama magnets are victims in relationships and thrive in a crisis because it helps them feel important. Watch out if someone is a ray of hope in the face of misfortune; you can end up in the middle of the drama.

  • Toxic type : The JJ

A JJ is someone who is envious and judgmental. My buddies and I can recognize a JJ from a mile away, and I’d want to teach you how. Jealous people are extremely toxic because they despise themselves so much that they can’t be happy for anyone else. Their envy usually manifests as judgment, criticism, or gossip. Everyone else, they believe, is terrible, uncool, or deficient in some way. Watch out if someone starts to gossip jealously about other people; this could be a poisonous person, and you never know what they’re saying behind your back.

  • Toxic type: The straitjacket

Someone who wears a straitjacket seeks to control everything and everyone around them. They aim to control your actions, your words, and even your thoughts. You know who I’m talking about––they get all worked up when you disagree with them and won’t stop trying to persuade you that they are correct and that you should follow their advice. This person will not give you any breathing room in a relationship and will badger you until you are completely in sync with them. These folks will go after your emotional, verbal, and mental independence until you have nothing left. Get out as soon as possible!


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