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Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 4 of 8 – Toxic Taxonomy

Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 4 of 8 – Toxic Taxonomy You can be an amazingly positive person, fit healthy and buoyant with a fantastic outlook on life. But you know that certain people invariably make you feel negative. You might be an idealist but some individuals can make you feel delusional or […]

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The Ultimate Necrotic Narcissist!

The Ultimate Necrotic Narcissist! To find out about the Necrotic Narcissist and the other eight toxic types take a look in the How To Deal With People Who Are ToXiC book . Click on the link to find out more and get your free sample.

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Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 3 of 8 – Toxic Traits

Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 3 of 8 – Toxic Traits “No matter where or what, there are makers, takers, and fakers.” ― Robert Heinlein This awesome quote from one of the masters of science fiction can also be used to help grade people you know and assess their levels of value or […]

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Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 2 of 8 – Toxic Audit

Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 2 of 8 – Toxic Audit A great starting point is to do a people audit and work out who you really like and whoever makes your heart sink when you think about them. List your family, friends and acquaintances, divide them into must haves, nice to knows, […]

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Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 1 of 8 – Introduction

Terminating Toxicity in Your Life – Part 1 of 8 – Introduction Ever had a phone call and got that sixth sense that the person on the other end of the line is someone you would prefer not to have in your life? Do you let the phone ring or grudgingly, out of a sense […]

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The Ultimate Necrotic Narcissist!

The Ultimate Necrotic Narcissist! To find out about the Necrotic Narcissist and the other eight toxic types take a look in the How To Deal With People Who Are ToXiC book . Click on the link to find out more and get your free sample.

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ToXiC Wetware Part 3 of 3

ToXiC Wetware 3 of 3 They literally exhibit the wetware concept. This doesn’t refer to a senile and incontinent Toxic’s undergarments, but the idea that human brain cells or thought processes can be regarded as analogous to a computer system. These subroutines are one of the key ways to identify a Toxic and help you […]

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ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3

ToXiC Wetware Part 2 of 3 If you’re astute, you notice that certain people around you prefer you to remain the same and feel uncomfortable with any changes that you make. They say and do things that makes it obvious that they’re trying to reinforce who they think or what they want you to be, […]

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The Four Ignoble Toxic Truths – Terminating The Toxicity In Your life – Part 8 of 8

Eighth post in the Terminating the Toxicity in Your Life Series. To be read in conjunction with the other posts in the series. See links below: Terminating the Toxicity in Your Life – Part 1 of 8 – Introduction Terminating the Toxicity in Your Life – Part 2 of 8 – Toxic Audit Terminating the […]

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Terminating the Toxicity in Your Life – Part 7 of 8 – Strategies 2 – Stage 2 – Burial

Stage Two – Burial Now deliver on your promise and cut them out of your life completely – do not answer emails or calls, do nothing to encourage them. Blank them. Just get rid of them. If the person has any decency, honour or integrity, they will respect your wishes and leave you alone. Be […]

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