We should keep this in mind when we look at general information: Toxic Relationships Are Not Part of This Conversation! The rules do not apply to abusers.

A little while ago, I was listening to Heather Dane’s Hay House Radio show when her guest Arielle Ford—a relationship expert—shared a disclaimer that I think we should see far more often when talking about interpersonal relationships. And it is the following:

Toxic Relationships Are Not Part of This Conversation

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Main Take-Aways

  • We should keep this in mind when we look at general information
  • An abuser has very different drives and motivations

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Recap of  Heather Dane’s Hay House Radio show

Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life

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