Tips To Harness The Law Of Attraction – Release “Toxic People” From Your Life

Release “Toxic People” From Your Life

I have had many experiences in my life where I have met with someone or spoken with them on the phone and then came away feeling drained, simply by being in their company or listening to them speak.

We all go through times in our lives where we are facing challenges or are simply going through a really difficult time. We cannot expect to be upbeat and happy all the time. This is a very unrealistic expectation. There are going to be times when you need a shoulder to cry on or some help, encouragement or support. It is normal for us to go through these experiences and a good friend can do wonders to help us get through a difficult time or deal with a difficult situation.

However, if you know someone that only ever speaks to you about themselves and their problems, yet never seems to want to do anything to change their situation, or someone who only ever puts people down or only ever tells you that your goals are too difficult, too hard, impossible to reach etc and that you are a fool for trying to reach them then it may be time to re-assess now much you let these people into your life.

It is also worth reflecting inwards on yourself and asking. Are you one of those people?

Just as there are foods, liquids and chemicals that can be toxic to our physical bodies, there are also people who can act in a way that is toxic to our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing, if WE ALLOW them to. It is up to us to take control of this and prevent these from affecting us in a negative way. Maybe it is time to have a good honest, heart to heart conversation with a certain person and explain to them what you will or won’t accept from them in your relationship.

In order to attract more kind, loving and happy experiences into our life we need to stay in that same high vibration as much as we can.
Some people are simply not healthy to be around. If they don’t support you, love you and build you up in a positive way, it may be time to reassess the people you spend time with.

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