Don’t tolerate people in your life that don’t treat you well! Stop listening to people who put you down, and who clearly don’t have good intentions. If there are people who are a toxic presence in your life then it is time to shut those relationships down, or at the very least create clear boundaries. Learn how to say “no” to people, and to doing things that cause you distress, or put you in a situation that goes against your core values and beliefs.
Ok, so I know it is so simple, it is not easy to shut out everyone who is unpleasant in your life. Sometimes we are forced to deal with people who we wish we didn’t have to. Like an ex-partner who we share children with, or a family member we have to see at large family gatherings. But there are many people who we put up with, and deal with who we can avoid most of the time, or even better never see again. Yet we continue to put up with people who are bad for our mental health because we feel guilty saying no, or because we feel obligated to them. Well enough! Give yourself permission to stop being dragged down by people who are cruel, judgemental, people who are jealous of you, or trying to stop you achieving good things for yourself. Set clear boundaries for your own emotional health.
Setting healthy boundaries for yourself is treating yourself in a kind, and loving way, it is you taking care of you! When you stressed, crying, and hurting from someones behaviour towards you, not only will that bring you down, but the people you love are being affected too by seeing you suffering. You deserve better, you deserve to be happy! By setting clear boundaries you are loving yourself, and that is the best thing you can do!
Don’t ever let someone feel like they have the right to treat you badly, or disrespect you, including yourself.
Start giving yourself permission to take care of YOU!
I’d love to hear your thoughts on this topic, or hear what you have done in order to deal with toxic people you may, or may no longer have in your life? Please leave me a comment below.
Welcome to my favourite pics from this week’s Instagram Hashtag #livingfearlesslyauthentic.
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Top Right was shared by @motherofteensuk
Bottom Left was shared by @oddhogg
Bottom Right was shared by @thelondonmum
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