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Dealing With Difficult People

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And while each of us moves on in our own way and on our own time, one truth is almost universal: we all face this challenge at some point in our lives. One thing that we are not is alone in our suffering. Recently, it was discovered that, on average, people spend about 18 months of their lives getting over breakups. The good news is that, although it takes time, people are able to move on. And when they do, they leave behind lessons, actual, tangible, lived-experience ways to heal. Because, eventually, we do heal. Getting started: Before we get into the tools and techniques for how to move on, I hope that anyone reading this would take a second to allow themselves to have feeling for the fact that this is hard. One of the best ways to deal with the reality of that pain is to meet it with compassion.

No one of that makes us toxic. It makes us human. We mess things up, we grow and we ascertain. Toxic people are different. They by no means learn. Toxic behaviour is a addicted way of responding to the earth and the people in it.

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