Toxic people come in all shape and sizes. Some of whom are what you’d least expect.
2018 was ridiculous. I started the year thinking I was going to kill it. Whatever "it" referred to. I spent months trying to figure out what kind of new goals and resolutions I'd like to have in my life. As March rolled around, I felt hopeless. Still, nothing. No defined action I wanted to pursue, no purpose I tried to revolve my life around, no reason behind the rhyme as they say. The year prior I revolved my life around the word "courage." Defining this word for 2017 changed my entire life in 2017 in many ways, but 2018, still nothing. And then next thing you know, oh great, it's December.
If I told you that I was a huge introvert all my life - you can probably guess that wasn’t the best at conversations...still not, but getting better.
I tend to overthink conversations to the point where I make things worse for myself.
Though conversations, in general, could be difficult, the worst is how to end one. So here’s an outline of four practical points to consider when trying to end a conversation. But you should always remember to practice it, of course, it’s not going to come naturally at first.