Time To Break Up: 20 Toxic People to Kick Out of Your Life -- Stat!
We all have one or two "friends" who drag us down instead of make us better. If you have someone in your life who's taking more than they're giving, it might be time to go your separate ways.
You don’t really like her, but you get together out of guilt. The truth is, that’s not good for her or yourself.
“Women experience emotions on a very visceral level, taking in their surroundings and feeding off others energy,” says Hylen. “It’s more effective emotionally for a woman to have people in her life who exude positive energy, rather than those who can drain her of the vital life energy she needs to maintain her own quality of life.”
The painful truth: You have to give the Sad Sack some space and find friends that are on your level.