Depending on your direct relationship with a toxic person in your life; can drastically affect how much it can disrupt You and your life!
Whether it be a boss or co-worker, family member, acquaintance or close friend, or even your spouse, the amount of time you spend with that person and what level of interaction in which you have with them, will determine to what level it affects You!
Say it's a co-worker or boss, as mentioned in the following article. You may have to justify your job, which comes down to your state of living. Changing or leaving your job may or may not be a possibility for you. Depending on your situation you may have to unfortunately find healthy ways for you to deal with an unhealthy work environment or toxic person at work.
What if it's a close family member? You can make the choice to cut them out of your life completely or at least try to limit your interactions with them, for Your personal health!
Having to deal with a toxic person in your life can be disruptive to...
I'm sure you've had the "feeling" of loneliness or being lonely in your life a time or two. I think we all have, it's normal from time to time.
But what about when your "feelings" of loneliness go on for an extended length of time?
What if your feelings of loneliness aren't resolved and you continue these feelings of loneliness until it becomes a chronic feeling that begins to affect your daily life in so many ways you never knew were possible?
What if loneliness slowly over time begins to take a part of you and you sort of disappear with the loneliness? Almost trying to forget the feelings of being lonely all together. Loneliness can feel like your soul slowly disappearing, or being ripped from you little by little.
What if SO much time goes by you begin to lose hope that you'll ever "feel" any different?
But... "What if" you wake up one day and slowly but surely begin to finally realize WTF am I doing allowing myself to live in this ongoing miserable state of being?