Toxic People: They Thrive Better In Conflict

We all have experienced at least one toxic person in our lives. Some of us are still dealing with toxic people.

Toxic people act differently than peaceful people. Toxic people are never happy with anything that is happening calmly or smoothly. Even if good things are happening, toxic people are not happy. They thrive better in conflict.

Why do toxic people have to create problems that don’t even exist because they are so unhappy with thsmselves? It’s because they thrive better in conflict. It’s what toxic people do.

There are people who have no moral compass whatsoever. They will bring you down no matter who gets hurt along the way. Obviously this is a huge cry for help.

People who create problems usually tend to be miserable people. They are constantly looking for problems. If there isn’t any problems they create lies in order to create issues.

Miserable toxic people want attention. They want to be in the spotlight. They are typically not too keen about themselves so they cause havoc to bring themselves happiness.

Toxic people destroy others. They have no respect for themselves nor to the people around them. That’s why they are toxic people.

This is who they are and once you realize how toxic they are, you now have the power to remove yourself from such a dark environment.

Toxic people thrive in conflict. So don’t engage with these evil people. Take the higher road and don’t allow yourself to get wrapped up in their drama. You are better than that. Don’t let toxic people thrive around you.

Author: Rebekah B - The Life of Bekah

Happy Wife. Dog Mom. Alienated Stepmom. Life Blogger. Graphic Designer. Content Creator. Brand Rep for Iviana & Co.

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