I can’t stand toxic people!

Why are some people just so nasty?

They are toxic to be around.

I know someone who is so toxic, she thinks she better than everyone else.

She’s a horrible person. And I for one can’t stand her.

I refuse to talk to her. I am not associating myself with toxic people!

I don’t have time for that, and personally, I can’t stand it.

I feel this person goes out of her way to be rude and disrespectful to everyone.

Well, she’s not getting the opportunity to do it to me!

I was talking to my friend Pat, I told him that he shouldn’t let this person be disrespectful to him. He deserves better treatment than she gives him.

I think he listened, he said he doesn’t want to talk to her so he’s not going to make contact.

I say good for him!

She’s going to end up with no friends. And I hope I’m wrong, but with the way she’s acting it looks likely.

As long as I have no part in her life, I’m happy.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

6 thoughts on “I can’t stand toxic people!”

  1. All you can do is warn then let go. If he (or anyone else) chooses to continue to associate with Ms Toxicity, you can’t take that on. No matter how much they complain. Nip it in the bud. You don’t need second hand toxicity either. A simple “I warned you and I have chosen to follow my own advice. I’m sorry you’re going through this. Did you want pizza or Italian?” Just don’t let it go further than “oh man, you’ll never guess what she did!” “No I won’t, nor do I want to play guessing games. I think I’ll get a scone with my coffee.”


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