Suffering and Healing

People suffer in relationships. They heal too. But suffering and healing does not necessarily happen in that order. Physical abuse and marital rape are extreme forms of suffering that many people endure in their relationships. But suffering also happens when one partner is extremely selfish, narcissistic or is unaware of a partner’s emotional needs. Years of neglect and constant bickering can also result in a kind of suffering and it takes time to heal.

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11 Things Toxic Partners Often Say – And Why

Our relationships shape our lives significantly; the communication that takes place within that space is integral to our well-being. Alas, there are so many things toxic partners say that corrode our psyche deeply. Take a look at the red flags you need to watch out for and try to grasp the dysfunctional mechanism in place. The toxic things in a relationship are easier to identify (and rectify) if you start looking in the right places.

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