No amount of cleansing can fix an unresolved cause of toxicity. And relationships are one of the most toxic aspects of our lives.
Our models for behavior in relationships often come from movies and TV. The stars get high off each other’s love chemicals. They use each other as crutches for insecurity. Then they cling together until the pain of being in a relationship is greater than the fear of being alone.
We think this is romance, but it’s actually codependence. Bad relationships generate emotions like fear, anxiety, hatred, depression, insecurity, despair, and jealousy.
All of these emotions manifest physically, creating a toxicity that no amount of beet juice can cure. Good relationships that fill us with hope and encouragement can offset toxic lifestyles.
So, start surrounding yourself with positive, encouraging, honest, and grateful people today.
Here are three steps to support you in your relationship detox: