How To Cut Out Toxic People From Your Life
Patricia Love

Are you a woman in real estate or running your own business, there are toxic people everywhere, and how can you cut them out of your life?

Toxic people like conflict, feel inadequate, fear change & ignore the good around them. If that sounds like someone in your life, it’s time to start a Toxic Free Life.

How To Cut Out Toxic People From Your Life

If you’re a woman who’s tired of being burned by all the negative people in your life, it’s time to make some changes. Living with toxic people is draining, and often it can feel like there’s no way out. But don’t despair—there are ways to end bad relationships for good and restore yourself back to health and happiness. From setting boundaries to cutting ties altogether, we’ll explore the best tactics on how to cut toxic people out of your life so you can start living a more fulfilling one.

Purge Negativity From Your Feeds

An important part of mental health and well-being is surrounding yourself with positive people that add value to your world. One way to make sure that your feeds are positive and nurturing is by doing a ‘purge’ when it comes to people who spread negativity and toxicity in your life. By distancing yourself from the negative energy, you can continue growing and not be drawn back into old, bad habits. Strive to create a feed full of inspiring content, motivating friends, and supportive family members so that you can make the good times even better!

Limit Your Emotional Investment

Taking proper care of your own mental health is the most essential factor, including protecting yourself from negative people’s toxicity. Too often we can let external influences dominate our life, and it’s important to be mindful of when we need to limit our emotional investments in those around us to safeguard our own well-being. By being proactive in taking control of these relationships and cutting out any disruptive individuals, we create a healthier environment for ourselves both emotionally and mentally. Don’t let yourself get dragged down by people electing to remain stuck in their own negativity – take ownership of your energy today by making the brave choice to close the door on any toxic people.

Consider A Digital Detox

If you’re feeling anxious, overwhelmed, or drained because of toxic people in your life, it might be time for a digital detox. Without the distraction of texts and feeds, you can take a much-needed break from the unhealthy energy these people may be putting out while clearing your mind and recharging your spirit! However, don’t put too much pressure on yourself to disengage altogether. If you have any doubts about whether cutting someone out completely is best for you, start off by reducing the amount of time you engage with them digitally. Taking some space can be just as beneficial – both psychologically and emotionally.

Set Better Boundaries

Making the decision to cut out toxic people from your life can sometimes be difficult, but it can also be incredibly freeing and liberating. Setting better boundaries is a great way to not only prioritize your mental health but also to protect yourself from toxicity in the long run, allowing you to focus your energy on positive relationships instead.

Identifying who is toxic in your life can be tricky at times, so it’s important to pay close attention to the people who bring out negative feelings, drain you of energy and bring unnecessary drama into your life.

Even if these toxic people are close friends or family — remember that you don’t owe anyone anything. You are allowed to take care of yourself first and protecting yourself should always come before other considerations. Setting better boundaries is not only going to free up more time in your life, but also allow you to end unhealthy relationships while maintaining respectful relationships with those involved.

Focus On Yourself

As you journey through life, it is inevitable that you will come across some toxic people who bring negativity and drama into your world. Letting these individuals occupy an excessive amount of space in your life can be detrimental to your mental and emotional well-being. The best way to deal with this challenge is to focus on yourself instead of these toxic people. It’s okay to take a step back, as distance can often provide newfound clarity and perspective. By focusing on what makes you feel happy, content, and fulfilled, you open yourself up to positive vibes only which enables more meaningful interactions with loved ones around you while cutting out any poisonous ones from the picture entirely. After all, self-love is at the heart of leading a healthy lifestyle!

Give Yourself Time To Heal

Healing from painful experiences and cutting out toxic people can be a daunting and intimidating task, but it doesn’t have to be! Allowing yourself time to heal means choosing to prioritize your emotional well-being above any other goals or expectations – no matter how important they may seem. It is often through self-reflection and taking care of our mental well-being that we discover our strength, resilience, and courage to make changes in our lives. Taking time for ourselves gives us the clear perspective needed to cut out negative influences from our circles so we can live a better life free from toxicity.

Allow Yourself To Say No

Saying no is an essential part of protecting yourself and your mental well-being. Allowing yourself to do so can help prevent yourself from being around toxic people and draining situations that may be harmful to your physical and mental health. Letting go of things or people that hold you back only brings forth new, healthier opportunities, even if it feels difficult in the moment to make the decision. Believe in yourself, trust your gut feeling, and allow yourself to confidently say no. You’re worth it!

Stop Blaming Yourself

It can be hard to admit to yourself that you are constantly allowing toxic people into your life. But it is an important step if you want to free yourself from the unnecessary burden of blaming yourself and from the toxicity of these people. That said, cutting out toxic people from your life isn’t always easy, but it is necessary for your mental and emotional peace. It is time to take a stand and make room in our lives for the ones who bring us joy and peace rather than the opposite. So, stop blaming yourself and start letting go! Taking responsibility for your decisions empowers you, instead of debilitates you.

Don’t Make Excuses For Them

When we let toxic individuals stick around, it can be like dragging a constant anchor around in our lives. Instead of allowing them to affect our productivity, our relationships and our moods, we must take decisive action and recognize that cutting out certain people is the healthiest thing for us in the long run. We should have genuine empathy for those who are toxic but at the same time not excuse their behavior or make excuses for them. It’s up to each individual to choose whether they wish to make positive changes in their life and if they don’t then it is best that they are no longer part of ours; otherwise, it will just be a recipe for disaster!

Remove Them From Your Life—For Good!

Taking control of your life and removing toxic people from it can be a powerful choice that makes all the difference. It’s time to stand up for yourself and not let any negative influence disrupt your peace or prevent you from living your best life! Make sure that the no-tolerance policy on toxicity also applies to yourself. If you find yourself in situations where toxic people are present, take initiative: call them out or leave if necessary. Doing so will ensure that your life is positive, healthy, and free of drama—for good!

If you find that someone consistently brings negative energy into your life, (personal or business) it may be time to cut them out. This is not always an easy decision, but it is important to remember that you have a right to protect your own happiness. You deserve to be surrounded by people who make you feel good and who support your dreams and goals. If someone doesn’t fit that bill, it’s time to let them go. It’s Time To Cut Out Toxic People From Your Life

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As an active Realtor®, and in sales for 45 years in Washington State, Patricia coaches women in sales to “Refuel” by turning their “I Can’t” into “I Can.” She interrupts the negative behaviors that have sabotaged them and helps them create a new path towards positive results. Albert Einstein once said “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting different results.”

Patricia’s own story of trauma, death, and a slew of bad decisions as a young adult, forced her to flip her own inner script, or face alternative consequences. By interrupting and healing the negative behaviors that sabotaged her, she was able to find the courage, and new found energy to move forward in all areas of her life. She did this with the action of five words.

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