There are several key factors in overcoming a harmful, toxic relationship, and the author of this article has outlined several of them. The most useful ones contain information on self-improvement (rather than shifting the blame) and deal with the underlying reasons why an individual may become entrenched in a toxic, negative relationship to begin with. The overall message comes across in a very clear, concise manner, and is advice that is useful in overcoming the offered problem.
- The first way to get over a toxic relationship is to admit to yourself that it is toxic
- You need to know that the relationship is not the best option you have, build a support system and pursue other activities
- Use the time after a breakup to improve your physical and mental well-being, it will make you ready when the right person comes along.
“The only realistic way out is to stop all contact so that you can start anew.”