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Push Through - Toxic People: How to Identify Them and How To Deal With Them

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Topic: Toxic People: How to Identify Them and How to Deal With Them

We have all had toxic people dust us with their poison. Sometimes it’s more like a drenching. Difficult people are drawn to the reasonable ones and all of us have likely had (or have) at least one person in our lives who have us bending around ourselves like barbed wire in endless attempts to please them – only to never really get there.

Their damage lies in their subtlety and the way they can engender that classic response, ‘It’s not them, it’s me.’ They can have you questioning your ‘over-reactiveness’, your ‘oversensitivity’, your ‘tendency to misinterpret’. If you’re the one who’s continually hurt, or the one who is constantly adjusting your own behaviour to avoid being hurt, then chances are that it’s not you and it’s very much them.

Being able to spot their harmful behavior is the first step to minimizing their impact. You might not be able to change what they do, but you can change what you do with it, and any idea that toxic somebody in your life might have that they can get away with it.

Paul Garwood Board Member and Vice-President of Destination Achievers AGTO (Achieving Goals Through Outreach) Non-Profit organization. He is also a Graduate of DeVry University with a degree in Health Information Management.

He is a Radio Personality and the Host of Push Through w/Paul Garwood which can be heard on the Life Coach Radio Network, BlogTalkRadio, iHeartradio, and iTunes.

Author of “Finding Your Purpose: An Inspirational Guide To Re-Ignite your life’s purpose and to live a Totally Content Life” Co-Author of “Coaching For Female Entrepreneurs: How Life Coaching Can Improve Your Bottom Line

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