Posted in Parental Alienation & Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Recognize toxic traits in future friendships

The realization that this so-called friend should be out of your life often comes as a final straw — maybe you’ve tried to ignore so much of their bad behavior in the past that it comes to a head. Maybe you’ve finally started to experience the negative attitude from this person that multiple others have warned you about. You’ll know when the time has come for these kinds of unhealthy friendships to end. Those who don’t want to have a conversation or a confrontation might choose to ghost the friendship instead. Relationships of all kinds can be messy, weird, and complicated. We’re not here to judge.

If you find yourself wanting to end a friendship, here’s how you can safely remove yourself from it by acting like Casper and ghosting



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