A toxic relationship is characterized by insecurity, self-centeredness, dominance, and control. We risk our very being by staying in such a relationship with any human. To say a toxic relationship is dysfunctional is, at best, an understatement. Keep in mind that it takes two individuals to have a toxic relationship. So, basically not paying attention to certain examples of toxic relationships are harmful, as these relationships can drains and suffocates a relationship. It makes one person feel very drained and used in most cases.
When I think of the topic of toxic relationships, I can’t help but think of myself. I have been in a relationship where I wasn’t comfortable but I just had to stay because i was receiving threats from my boyfriend that if I broke up with him, he was going to kill me and kill himself afterwards.
Thinking about SpongeBob SquarePants, I can just picture Squidward getting angry when SpongeBob and Patrick play and laugh around. We all can relate to times when we seek that alone time like Squidward always does.
Have you ever thought that the way you’re relating with your child isn’t what you expected? You’re probably looking for a better way to relate and communicate with children. Right? Allow me walk you through this process.