Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Time to Kick Your Friendship to the Curb

Friends are supposed to support us, if not, why have them? If we look for it, we can easily find people to tell us all the things we could do better. But is it really wise to have those critical souls in our daily lives? The truth is that people who consistently criticize us hurt our self-esteem. Furthermore, this kind of behavior hits at two things which are seemingly more problematic: jealousy and cruelty. If someone is constantly pointing out the things we’re doing wrong and makes no time to acknowledge the things we’re doing right, they may serve us better if we speak with from time-to-time but certainly not everyday.

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/melanie-gorman/toxic-friendships-5-signs_b_597041.html?guccounter=1

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