Toxic Relationships: Cleansing Your Soul

Get Rid of the Poison They Left Behind

Most people have had at least one toxic relationship that has left them feeling tired and terrible. Some of us know right away when we are in a poisonous relationship yet we manage to stay for any number of reasons. Others may not realize that they were in a toxic relationship until it has been over for a while. Either way, a cleaning of the soul will be in order because most people cannot come out of such a heinous relationship unscathed physically, sexually, romantically and emotionally. Here are the steps you need to take if you want to cleanse your soul after a toxic relationship.

Step 1: Disconnect

You must get out of the toxic relationship and disconnect from that partner. Delete their email address, phone number, Facebook friendship and any other ties you may have to him or her. Otherwise, you are still connected to the person who is not good for your well-being.

Step 2: Recognize

Recognize the toxicity of that relationship and/or person. Accept the fact that your former partner was either a nasty person or that you two were just not compatible (to the point of it becoming unhealthy). Try to determine what went wrong. Once you know why it did not work out you will make better choices in your next relationship. Stop making the same mistakes in every romantic relationship! Psychic Venus ext. 9463 has the tips you need for a better romantic life.

Step 3: Change

Do not repeat the past! This is the hardest step because many of us seek a specific type of mate even though it may never work out. For example, I often ended up in relationships with writers. The artist- type boyfriend never really worked out for me even though I am a writer too. I just always felt like they were the center of attention, and their art came first. My current boyfriend, whom I live with, is a total techie who is more into science than the arts, and our relationship is going splendidly. I have never been with a man who is so easy to get a long with and who makes me the center of his attention and love. I am not saying that you must abandon your type completely, but do try to step out of your comfort zone and give other types of potential partners a chance.

“Always look at what lies ahead of you. The past is already gone.” – Psychic Danni ext. 5193

Step 4: Cleanse

No matter how long ago your toxic relationship ended, it is never too early or too late to cleanse yourself from it. A relationship that ended five years ago just recently presented its ugly little head in my current relationship. As my relationship became more serious, I started thinking about all the things that could go wrong because they did so in the past. I really had to trust that my new boyfriend would not treat me the way my ex did. One must recognize that carrying the baggage from an old, toxic relationship will only weigh down a new love. It really serves no positive purpose.

Everyone will cleanse in a different way, and it is up to you to figure out what is best for you. Here are some ideas:

1. Write a letter to your ex that details everything you want him/her to know, and then burn it!

2. Read a book about forming healthy relationships. I recommend the classic “Men are From Mars, Women are from Venus.”

3. Go to a place where you and your ex often went and metaphorically say goodbye to him or her.

4. Remove or replace any items at home that remind you of him or her.

5. Go to therapy or a support group if you have a lot of baggage to unload. I highly recommended it if the relationship was abusive.

6. Call a psychic to get even more ideas for cleansing your soul from your toxic experience. Psychic Elijah ext. 5211 has the tools you need to let the toxicity go, once and for all!

Step 5: Celebrate

Enjoy your new, healthy life. Celebrate with a glass of wine, a weekend trip, a shopping spree, a bubble bath, a cupcake or something that will make you feel good about your journey out of a toxic relationship. You should be proud to have overcome such an awful experience and to emerge with new knowledge, perspective and hope.

5 thoughts on “Toxic Relationships: Cleansing Your Soul

  1. Tracy

    Great article as always! You said about getting rid of everything that reminds you of this toxic relationship, but what do you do when you have children with the toxic person and still have to deal with them? You can’t get rid of your children so how do you totally disconnect from a negative, toxic person?

  2. Samantha

    What if my toxic relationship is with my mother? It’s not like I can distance myself from her without alienating my entire family and being alienated myself. I feel so trapped.

  3. Reed x 5105Reed x 5105

    Good article! Step number one is so important. I often encounter people who have tried all the other steps while still trying to maintain friendship with the toxic partner or hold on to things that remind him/her of the toxic partner. Disconnect!

    Reed x5105


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