Do you live through relationships with a deep sense of unease? Are you nervous and worried? Can’t you express yourself freely with your partner? These are all common symptoms of someone trapped in a toxic relationship.
Love is the most addictive feeling of all. Some more, some less, we are all dependent on the attention, gestures, and small things that the person we love gives us. For this reason, in every respectable relationship, relying on the partner and sharing moments of joy and pain with him or her are the necessary conditions to build a solid relationship.
Yet it often happens that we have the perception that we always dedicate our time only to the partner. At the unconscious level, we are convinced that the love we feel for him/her is directly proportional to how much time and space we dedicate to the partner, while on the other hand, we do not realize that day after day we lose the most important thing we have: our freedom.
Have you ever wondered how much time your spend on yourself?
Have you ever wondered how much importance you have in your relationship?
In the first phase of falling in love, it is a common attitude to immerse oneself 100% in the new relationship. We are overwhelmed by a powerful hurricane of emotions, and our only thought is to devote as much time as possible to the person we love.
But all this is not normal and can become very dangerous when this type of attitude continues even after the phase of falling in love.
Do you ever feel misunderstood or even diminished when you try to express your thoughts?
Have you ever wanted to have your own space outside the couple and had a frightened or angry reaction from your partner?
If you see yourself in just one of these examples, you have finally found a book for you.
You see, many people think that loving a person always means putting that person first. In reality, true love is born when first of all we love ourselves. Only in this way will we be able to give the best of ourselves in a couple relationship, only in this way will we be able to love and make ourselves loved as we really deserve. The ultimate goal of any relationship is to feel good about ourselves to make the partner happy while respecting his/her individuality.
What can we do to get out of a toxic relationship?
What are the practical strategies to get out of it definitively or help the partner to overcome his limits in love?
In this book:
- You’ll recognize the signs that characterize a toxic relationship.
- You will recognize the characteristics that people most likely to fall into a toxic relationship have in common.
- You’ll understand why we’re stuck even though we realize we’re in a toxic relationship.
- You will learn how to help your partner to live a more peaceful relationship. Knowing how to act may be the best way to go with your partner to avoid separation.
- You will learn to understand when there is nothing more to do and in the most extreme case to say enough, so that you can take charge of your life and live it as you deserve.
The author of this book, in each chapter, will provide you with the necessary tools that will accompany you step by step in search of knowledge.
It will help you really understand what a toxic relationship is, what the consequences of living with it are, and what strategies should be applied to get out of it.
If you’ve come this far, it means this book is for you. Buy it now!
I wish you a good relationship with serenity and joy.
To your life!