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Remove Toxic People From Your Life

Get a free psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comI have counseled so many people that are normally outgoing, loving, supportive, wonderful souls, but sometimes these souls are so giving they give themselves away. They forget to protect themselves in the process. Have you ever had this presence of an emotional vampire in your life?  This can happen in a love relationship or a friendship, or with a family member.

Is their needs all that count, but yours never ever do? Love is not love, and friendship is not friendship, if you put aside yourself on a daily basis. This is what we have to remind ourselves of on a continual basis. Sure, relationships are give and take, but when they seem to take and take, and there is no giving, something is off.

There’s nothing wrong with admitting a relationship has run its course. Even if you can’t conceptualize your life without that person, with time and distance, you’ll be able to see the relationship for what it was: toxic as hell ~ Myah Hollis

Here are some red flags to help you examine if you should let go of a toxic person:

  • Do they always blame you?
  • Is it always your fault, somehow even when you are trying to address a hurt they have caused you?
  • Does this happen often? Do you begin to even doubt yourself?
  • Do they put you down? Or are they the wind beneath your wings?
  • Do they show concern for your needs?
  • Make you feel worthless?
  • Do not return calls or texts – is disrespectful.
  • They love drama!
  • They love gossip and will talk about others behind their back a lot – remember if they do this to other ‘friends’ they will do it to you too!
  • They are condescending.
  • They are always negative and spread it.
  • They are jealous of your good fortune or success.

If you have a toxic person in your life, you must set up strong boundaries. You will feel like your soul is being drained, you are not yourself. Your joy is gone when you are around them, you can’t be yourself. If all of this describes how you feel, then perhaps it’s time to do some soul searching. Remember who you are and how important you are, and set up some boundaries.

Sometimes relationships can be improved and sometimes it is essential for one person to leave the relationship or at least limit their exposure to the other person ~ Eric Charles

You are important

You are worthy

You are lovable

Remember this, and go forth and refuse to live in anything less than love and light, while you are on this path. You deserve no less. We all do! Surround yourself with loving people, who foster your growth, as well as their own, who will stand beside you in your happiness and your sadness.

It’s never too late to do some spring cleaning in your life.  Who we surround ourselves with, who we give our time to, can greatly affect the quality of our life and our spirit. If you suspect someone is a toxic person, do not be afraid to set your boundaries, and change things in your life.

You deserve to feel no less than wonderful and lovable, like the Universe and God intended you to be. Do not let fear make you settle for less than what you know you are worthy of.

About The Author: Spirit Speaks

Combining her psychic gift with her life coaching abilities, Spirit Speaks helped many make the right choices and changes in their life to be the happiest they can be. She was born psychic and uses no tools in her readings, only her gift from the Creator. Over the years she's given thousands of readings and is very highly rated. Her vast clientele comes from all walks of life from throughout the world; many of her regular clients have sought her guidance for years. She specializes in love relationships, soulmates, family issues and child-parent relationships. She is also proficient with readings on career and finance. Get a reading with Spirit Speaks now at

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