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How many of us are truly aware of the toxic people in our lives?
Or the toxic people we follow on social media? Or the toxic people we invite into our hearts, into our personal and intimate thoughts and feelings...
Boundaries are necessary! Boundaries allow us to disconnect from other people's drama and toxic energy.. But how do you place that boundary on someone you love? Someone you used to respect and value..
The digital world we live in now makes it so easy to create illusions that hide who we truly are. These illusions create the "wolf in sheep's clothing" that allows these toxic people to "lead", "heal", and "motivate" us into doing what they want when they want.
But if you look close enough, that illusion will fail and you'll get a glimpse of who they truly are.
And once you get that glimpse- once you see through the illusion and discover the true person behind the facade, the wolf beneath the sheep's wool- it's up to you to decide what to do with your findings.
It's time we wake up, and start thinking for ourselves. It's time we take back our power from the narcissistic wolves in our lives. The same narcissists that share petty remarks, negative accusations and try to tear you down.
They try to gas light you, make you to be the bad guy, when all you did was set some boundaries and break the cycle of negativity and drama. But you're the one labeled a drama queen. They challenge your integrity. They try to turn this around on you, painting you to be the crazy person, you to be the hateful, mean or toxic person.
When in reality, you're just the person who set the boundary and became the bad guy because you HAD ENOUGH.
We all have experienced the narcissists in our lives. Some of us are married to them (I'm so blessed to NOT be married to a narcissist, but I dated one for almost 7 years!)
These wolves in sheep's clothing can be anyone, and are very good at hiding their true selves. But if you look close enough, you can see through their lies.
No one can throw a bigger tantrum than a narcissist whose losing control of someone else’s mind.